The West Hollywood Sheriff’s official social media accounts report that a man was arrested after a stop revealed he was in a stolen vehicle this past weekend. The stop occurred on the corner of Fairfax Avenue and Waring Avenue at the WeHo boundary early Sunday morning.
LASD West Hollywood also reports in the tweet that there were sixteen reports of grand theft auto in West Hollywood on the month of October.
“In the month of October #WeHo station took 16 reports for grand theft auto,” reads the social media post. “Last night, patrol deputies working graveyard shift stopped a stolen vehicle and arrested one male adult driver. The also had several warrants. Keeping our #community safe 24/7 this is how we roll!”
In the month of October #WeHo station took 16 reports for grand theft auto. Last night, patrol deputies working graveyard shift stopped a stolen vehicle and arrested one male adult driver. The also had several warrants.
— LASD West Hollywood (@WHDLASD) November 28, 2021
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(Tips are not received directly by the West Hollywood Station. Do not use this for emergency situations.)
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The LASD West Hollywood Station provides law enforcement services for the City of West Hollywood and the unincorporated Universal CityWalk.
To learn more, visit: http://wehosheriff.com.