Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Eastside Crime Watch

The Sunset Boulevard corridor through Silver Lake got hit with several reports of personal thefts while Atwater and Highland Park suffered through multiple burglaries. Here are some of the major crimes reported during the week of Sept. 14- 20 based on information from the LAPD crime map and EveryBlock.com:

Echo Park & Silver Lake (90026)
Two violent robberies were reported north of Echo Park Lake on Lemoyne Street. Meanwhile, in Silver Lake, about a half dozen personal thefts were reported on or near Sunset Boulevard between Benton and Myra.

Lincoln Heights & Montecito Heights (90031)
There were two vehicles reported stolen in Lincoln Heights. Separate aggravated assaults also took place in Lincoln Heights and Montecito Heights.

El Sereno & Monterey Hills (90032)
Crime reports included four stolen vehicles and five burglaries across the area. Two aggravated assaults and three person assaults were reported on or near Huntington Drive in El Sereno.

Boyle Heights (90033)
Six personal thefts, mostly in the south end of Boyle Heights, and about half a dozen stolen vehicles were among the crimes reported.

Atwater Village & Silver Lake (90039)
Five burglaries (according to the LAPD crime map) were reported in Atwater as the LAPD residents warned residents to take extra precautions to protect their homes and property. Two thefts from vehicles were reported in the northwest corner of Silver Lake.

Eagle Rock (90041)
Most of the crimes was vehicle related, with several stolen vehicles and thefts from vehicles reported in the area roughly between York Boulevard and Occidental College.

Highland Park (90042)
Four burglaries Four burglaries and six stolen vehicles were among the crimes reported.

Cypress Park, Glassell Park & Mt. Washington (90065)
A violent robbery was reported in Cypress Park and Glassell Park. Thieves broke into a total of five vehicles in Glassell Park and Cypress Park, where residents also reported two stolen vehicles.

This weekly report is based on the LAPD's online crime maps and police department reports filtered by ZIP code through EveryBlock.com. There are sometimes discrepancies between the LAPD and EveryBlock statistics at the time when Eastside Crime Watch is compiled.

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