Maybe the police did not come out because they have higher priorities
for their limited resources like going after prostitution and drug offenses,
which potentially can bring in revenue for their department as well through
The incentives for investigating property theft or even mugging are
little in comparison for LAPD.
Thank you very much for letting people know about such events in the
neighborhood and I am sorry it happened to you. I have been there as well.
Olivier 213 400 8528
Date: Sat, 18 Apr 2009 06:51:12 -0000
From: Gina <gina622@...
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Subject: [LVNA90004] Car Broken into on Plymouth
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I wanted to write a quick post to let everyone know that my car was broken into
yesterday at around 2:45pm. It was parked on the street between Plymouth and
Rosewood. There were two witnesses that saw a young man about 19 or 20 walk by,
break the window, grab my gps and run off to a car that "looked like a
mustang." They weren't able to get a license plate, but one of the witnesses
said that they had seen this young man walking around the block beforehand
casing out all of the cars to see what people had left on the seats. One of the
witness also saw someone else that same day jump over a fence on our block. We
called the police to file a report and the refused to come out even thought my
gps had my home address in it. I then had to wait 4 1/2 hours to file a report
when I was told, (after calling 6 times and was told to call back) we will call
you when we get a chance. We are all okay, and no one was injured, but I wanted
to let everyone know as this was qui te brazen.
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Olivier Schreiber OSchreiber.ae90@...
Cell 1 213 400 8528