WeHo City Hall is Closed After Shattered Window by Apparent Bullet


At approximately 2 a.m., today, Friday, February 18, 2022, a glass window at City Hall facing Santa Monica Boulevard was shattered by an apparent bullet. In response to the incident, The City of West Hollywood will close West Hollywood City Hall to in-person services today. All City services will continue to be available to the public via virtual platforms. Members of the public can access City Hall services by phone at (323) 848-6400 or can schedule virtual appointments through the City’s appointments webpage at www.weho.org/appointments.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputies responded immediately; no one was injured in the incident.

West Hollywood City Hall is anticipated to reopen to the public for in-person appointments starting on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. City Hall will be closed to in-person and virtual services on Monday, February 21, 2022 in recognition of the Presidents Day holiday.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is actively investigating this incident and members of the public with any information are encouraged to contact the West Hollywood Station at (310) 855-8850. Media inquiries about this incident should, additionally, be directed to the West Hollywood Station.

If you see something or someone suspicious, please contact West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station at (310) 855-8850 or 911 if it is emergent. If you have information for the incident in LAPDs area please contact the Los Angeles Police Department West Bureau Special Assaults at (213) 473-0447. LASD would like to remind community members to walk/run in pairs, have your head up, and be aware of your surroundings.”

If you see something, say something. Anyone with information leading to the arrest of the suspects can do so at https://www.lacrimestoppers.org.

Your identity is always encrypted and anonymous. No personal information, phone number, e-mail, IP address or location is ever requested, saved, traced, tracked or monitored. Period.

The purpose of Los Angeles Regional Crime Stoppers is to prevent and reduce crime, by forming a partnership among the community, law enforcement and the media to offer anonymity and cash rewards to anyone providing information leading to an arrest.

Crime Stoppers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

Crime Stoppers uses a three part approach to preventing and solving crimes. The first part of the program is to empower the community by providing a safe way to report criminal activity. Secondly, Crime Stoppers partners with all forms of media in the Los Angeles region to inform the community on how to anonymously report crimes. Law Enforcement is the final part of the triangle; they follow-up on tips from
community members.

The Crime Stoppers program is funded by private donations and annual fund raising events. No tax dollars are involved. The reward money paid out by the program is from the fund raising and donations from concerned citizens and businesses.

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Cy Husain
7 months ago

Let’s see who is mad as hell at City Hall, is out and about at 2 a.m. and, would go completely unnoticed with a firearm❓ A deputy sheriff❗ Apart from the progressive political activism of the West Hollywood City Council that is sure to enrage right-wing reactionaries found in the sheriffs’ department, the recent discoveries of the sheriffs’ department overcharging the City of West Hollywood could easily of set them off. Throughout the LA area there are LASD gangs heavily involved in violent criminal activity so maybe the city feels like they got off easy in only being extorted❓

Benjamin Story
Benjamin Story
7 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

The overcharging allegation has already been debunked. Commissioner Soon-Shiong’s weak attempt to create a distraction has been directly addressed by the Sheriff.

If you have evidence of violent criminal activity, you have a duty to report it to the FBI. I hope you’ll make the call.

Cy Husain
7 months ago
Reply to  Benjamin Story

More like the sheriff with his own data (misinformation) refutes the discoveries of them overcharging cities like West Hollywood and Compton that currently has a lawsuit against the sheriff’s department. The lawsuit estimates 90% of detectives who billed the city were committing fraud. The “minutes fraud” accusations came after a deputy gang scandal in Compton, where a separate whistleblower, Deputy Art Gonzalez, claimed under oath that a tattooed deputy clique called the “Executioners” ran the station. Then we have sheriff’s deputies who have been harassed and brutalized by the Banditos deputy gang at the East Los Angeles Station

7 months ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

You. Are. Disgusting.

Cy Husain
7 months ago
Reply to  Enough!

Love you too❗