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BHPD Crime Summary Oct. 1-7

Find out where crime is happening in your neighborhood.

Below is information from the Beverly Hills Police Department on crimes that took place Oct. 1-7.

Assault

  • 10/4/2012, 300 block of South Doheny Drive. Suspect described as black male, 5'11" tall and 190 lbs.
  • 10/4/2012, 400 block of North Rexford Drive. No suspect information. 

Burglary

  • 10/2/2012, 1100 block of Loma Linda Drive. No suspect information. Loss of $9,334 reported.
  • 10/4/2012, 100 block of South Beverly Drive. Both suspects described as Hispanic males with black hair. Loss of $1,050 reported.
  • 10/5/2012, 100 block of South Beverly Drive. No suspect information. No loss reported.
  • 10/6/2012, 9600 block of Wilshire Boulevard. No suspect information, loss of $1,024 reported.

Grand Theft

  • 10/3/2012, 400 block of Trousdale Place. No suspect information. Loss of $1,040 reported. 

Robbery

  • 10/5/2012, 300 block of South Roxbury Drive. Suspect described as black male, bald, 5'10" tall and 150 lbs.

This information was provided by the Beverly Hills Police Department.

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J Taylor October 15, 2012 at 05:41 AM
I live across the street and I was unaware of an attempted robbery. This is a poorly written account of the incident. Was it a resident? Was the victim male or female? What were they doing right before it happened? Is there a description of a car? There are so many unanswered questions that this article is pretty much pointless.
Marie Cunningham October 15, 2012 at 06:57 AM
Hi J Taylor, The above info comes from the BHPD. The details you seek have not been released. Nothing is omitted. The purpose of the blotter is to let residents know about crime hot spots rather than offer detailed crime reports. There was another incident on your block that you might want to be aware of: http://patch.com/A-yw1Y The dates of these two incidents do not match up. I went back and checked the original BHPD blotter release to be sure. Best, Marie
J Taylor October 15, 2012 at 07:50 AM
Hi Marie, I appreciate your prompt response. As a residence, it's very disturbing to know this happened so close to home. My neighbor had a completely different story, so I was trying to find more accurate info. Thank you, J.T.
Marie Cunningham October 15, 2012 at 08:16 AM
I am happy to help. The number to the BHPD non-emergency line is 310-550-4951. The department is very friendly. As a concerned resident, the department might be able to answer any questions you have. I would be frightened to learn of robberies on my block. My bike was stolen from outside my front door...that was enough to spook me! Stay safe, Marie

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