Palisades Crime: Robbery Suspect Points Handgun at Victim, Demands Cell Phone

The following March 26, 2018 crime report was supplied by LAPD Senior Lead Officer Michael Moore of the West L.A. Division. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.

Robbery
Carey/Fiske, 3/24/18 at 4:30 AM. The suspect (male black, brown hair brown eyes, 5’8″ 135 lb, 20/25 years) drove up to victim in a red vehicle, pointed a handgun at victim, and demanded victim’s cell phone.

Burglary

  • 17900 Porto Marina, 3/22/18 at 2:18 AM. The suspect broke a window to enter victim’s property and took a clock, candle holders, and ink well.
  • 500 Toyopa, 3/22/18 at 8:20 PM. The suspect (Male, NFD) smashes a window on victim’s home but then flees without making entry.
  • 400 Toyopa, btwn 3/23/18 at 6 PM and 3/24/18 at 9:20 AM. The suspect smashed a door window to enter victim’s home and took a handbag, shoes, and boots.
  • 1200 Chautauqua, 3/23/18 btwn 7 AM and 10 PM. The suspect smashed a glass door on victim’s home to enter and ripped a safe from a wall but fled without taking any property.

Theft
800 Toulon, 3/16/18 at 12:30 PM. The suspect, possibly part of a moving crew, took a lap top computer from victim’s home.

DUI
600 Radcliffe, 3/24/18 at 3:40 AM. A 44-year-old male was arrested foe DUI after being involved in a traffic collision.

One Comment

  1. What the heck just happened along the coast between the Palisades and the Santa Monica Pier? My son and his girlfriend saw an LAPD helicopter chase a blue and grey private helicopter from Malibu down past Santa Monica at high speed, doing pretty wild aerobatics and coming very close to the pier at one point. It happened so fast, they didn’t get any video of it. They said the LAPD helicopter outflew the private one, flying around and under it repeatedly to keep it from flying inland, where it was trying to go. We’re wondering if maybe some ultra-wealthy person’s house in Malibu was raided for some reason and they were trying to make it to Santa Monica Airport to get on a private plane and leave the country. It did not seem to be a movie shoot; there was no extra helicopter behind these two helicopters to take film of them, no boat in the water, no cameras mounted on the 2 helicopters as far as they could see.

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