Crime Report for week of Aug. 28, 2015

Friday, Aug. 28:

At 4:30 p.m., agents from the FBI requested assistance in serving a fraud arrest warrant at a residence in the 9000 block of Suva St. The suspect was contacted and taken into custody without incident. 

During the evening hours, officers conducted extra patrol at all of the City parks. There were no violations observed. 

Saturday, Aug. 29:

At 12:10 a.m., an adult female victim had her purse stolen while she was inside of the Club DB Lounge (8224 Firestone Blvd). The suspect took the victim’s car keys from her purse and using the remote key FOB, was able to enter the victim’s vehicle, which had been parked in the club’s parking lot. Once inside, the suspect ransacked the victim’s interior looking for items of value. He was spotted and detained by security officers and DPD was notified. The suspect was arrested for vehicle burglary. 

At 3:30 a.m., a vehicle was observed making an illegal U-turn in the area of 3rd Street and New Street. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver, a 28-year-old male resident of South Gate, was contacted. Officers saw the driver was bleeding from his hand and had blood covering the front of his pants. While questioning the subject he stated that the members of the Masonic Temple were devil worshippers and that he had cut his hand when he broke the window and set the building on fire in the City of Alhambra. Alhambra was contacted and they advised that the Masonic Temple in Alhambra had been broken into and set on fire. Alhambra P.D. arrived and took custody of the suspect. Prior to being transferred to the Alhambra PD, the suspect admitted to breaking the window to the Masonic Temple in Downey. Officers later saw that the front door was boarded up and no report had been filed.

During the evening hours, officers conducted extra patrol at all of the City parks. There were no violations observed. 

Sunday, Aug. 30:

LAPD was hosted a youth soccer tournament at Warren HS and Chief Charlie Beck was in attendance. 

During the evening hours, officers conducted extra patrol at all of the City parks. One subject was located and cited for being in the park after hours at Brookshire Park.