The West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station and the Los Angeles Police Department released a Community Safety Alert in West Hollywood to make residents aware of an assaultive transient.
The Community Safety Alert reads as follows:
“Today, February 15, 2022, at approximately 1 pm, a female adult was walking in the 800 block of N. Vista Street in the City of Los Angeles. A male, black, transient, early 30’s, wearing dark clothing and carrying a bag, pushed the female into a garage. The female victim was able to quickly get away from the male suspect. Approximately 15-20 minutes later, in the 7600 block of Hampton Ave in the City of West Hollywood, a male, black, transient, early 30’s, with dark clothing carrying a bag, pushed a female adult into her apartment. The female victim screamed, and the male suspect ran out. This is preliminary information.
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.”
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