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 Wednesday, June 27, 2012
 

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HBPD Crime Log
 HBPD
Courtesy of
Motor Officer JR Smith 
 

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click here for map of 90254

  

 

 

 

 

 

6-18-12                 7:06AM          Montgomery and Aubrey

10851VC (Stolen Vehicle) An officer initiated a traffic stop in the area. The vehicle stopped and made a U-turn and fled, E/B Montgomery to S/B Ocean. The vehicle ultimately crashed at Ocean and 8th pl. where a foot pursuit ensued. The suspect was caught and arrested in the 900 blk of 7th St. The vehicle ended up being stolen out of Huntington Beach. The suspect was wanted on two felony drug warrants and on parole for 10851VC - Vehicle theft.

 

 

6-18-12                 7:32AM          00 block of 19th St

 

484 PC (Theft) There was a BVI Micargi Hero 20' bicycle stolen from the area. The bike was black and silver with a banana seat and monkey handlebars. The bicycle was taken between 6-12-12 2:50p.m. to 4:30p.m. No one was seen or heard.

 

6-19-12                 11:04PM       600 block of 8th St

Police received a call of a possible suicide. Police arrive on scene and find a female with a gunshot wound to the head. She was immediately transported to the hospital where she later passed. Detectives discover suspicious circumstances and are currently investigating the death as a homicide.

 

6-22-12                3:23PM        3232 Manhattan Ave

484 PC (Theft) There was a call of a MW juvenile (15 years) who had just taken bottle of vodka and ran from the store. The juvenile was last seen E/B 33rd Pl. Police responded and were unable to locate the juvenile.

 

6-23-12                 9:05PM         1301 Hermosa Ave

594 PC (Vandalism) There was a subject that had just damaged a vehicle as the victim was driving by in the area. The pedestrian was standing in the roadway and the driver of the vehicle honked their horn to have them move. The pedestrian proceeded to punch the vehicle (passenger side door) and cause damage. The pedestrian was subsequently arrested for the violation. It should be noted that the charges of "drunk in public" were also added.      

 

6-24-12                 4:30PM          900 blk of Hermosa Ave

459 PC (Vehicle Burglary) There was a wallet taken from a locked car between 12:40p.m.-2:30p.m. today. There were no signs of forced entry. No one was seen or heard.

 

HBFD Weekly Calls for Service
Courtesy of Fire Chief David Lantzer

 

 

Activity for the Week of June 17th to June 23rd

 

The fire responses include a vegetation fire in Hermosa, two (2) structure fire responses in Manhattan Beach, and one (1) structure fire response in Redondo Beach and Torrance. Four (4) hazardous condition incidents occurred in Hermosa Beach, two (2) gas leaks and two (2) power lines downed incidents.

 

The Los Angeles Kings brought the Stanley Cup to the Hermosa Beach Fire Department on Monday morning. Jarret Stoll was kind enough to be a part of a short victory parade from the fire station to Pier Plaza (courtesy of the HBFD) for a public rally, and then a drive down The Strand to the Manhattan Beach border.

 

"Emergency Medical/Rescue" definitions:

  • Abdominal: Patients with non-traumatic abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting, etc.
  • Behavioral: Patients overdoses on legal and/or illegal drugs, intoxicated, and/or suffering from psychosis.
  • Cardiac: Heart attacks, chest pain.
  • Environmental: Heat and cold-related emergencies, allergic reactions.
  • General Illness: Flu-related symptoms or non-specific illness complaints.
  • Neurological: Seizure, stroke, decrease level of consciousness.
  • Respiratory: Trouble breathing from various causes.
  • Trauma/Injury: Non-medical emergency. Physical injury to the body.
  • No Complaint: Dispatched to an incident, but subject had no medical complaints.

Fire

5

 

 

 

Rupture/Overheat

0

 

 

 

Emergency Medical/Rescue

29

Traffic Collisions

3

HazMat/Hazard Conditions

4

 

Abdominal

0

Service Calls

1

 

Behavioral

6

Good Intent, No Emergency

15

 

Cardiac

1

Smoke/Fire Alarm Activation

2

 

Environmental

0

Severe Weather

0

 

General Illness

4

Special/Miscellaneous

0

 

Neurological

6

TOTAL INCIDENTS

56

 

Respiratory

0

 

 

 

Trauma/Injury

7

Auto/Mutual Aid Given

23

 

No Complaint

0

Auto/Mutual Aid Received

4

 

Other

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MBNW Crime Log
Josephine Blackwell
Police Intern Crime Prevention

P: (310) 802-5181
E: jblackwell@citymb.info

 

 

 

 

 

 

6/13/2012   1:40 p.m.-4:20 p.m.                 

1400 Block of 23rd St.

(Residential Burglary) Unknown suspect (s) entered the victim's home by prying open the kitchen window and ransacked the home. No loss reported.

 

 

6/16/2012               8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.                    1700 Block of Nelson Ave.

(Theft) The victim transferred $300 via Western Union to an unknown party in exchange for concert tickets. The victim never received the tickets.

 

 

6/3/2012                 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.                500 Block of Rosecrans Ave. 

(Vehicle Burglary) Unknown suspect (s) used a hidden key to enter victim's locked vehicle and stole various items.

 

 

 

RBNW Crime Log

 

 

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