'Suspect Wearing Blue Jeans, White T-Shirt, Covered in Blood' Evades LAPD

These are the raw scanner reports from the San Fernando Valley Friday and Saturday.

Here are the raw data of reports collected Friday and Saturday by listening to the police scanner. There was nothing reported in Encino, but neighboring communities had a lot of crime. (Boldfaced communities are covered by Patch sites.)


6:59 p.m. 6400 block of Beck Avenue, North Hollywood
Report of a “battery just occurred.”

7:03 p.m. 14100 block of Victory Boulevard, Van Nuys
LAFD responds to an emergency call to a diabetic patient.

7:08 p.m. Sherman Way and Whitsett Avenue, North Hollywood
A woman in a white Lexus reports a possible “found child” she just
encountered on Sherman Way. The runaway is described as a female, Hispanic,
approximately 12 years old, and wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a
backpack. The woman is trying to maintain sight of the runaway girl by
following her in her car, but is falling behind because of heavy traffic
going westbound. The woman initially spoke to the juvenile briefly, telling
police that “the girl told her she was lost and pregnant, then the girl got
scared when (the woman) started to call police.”

7:43 p.m. 6700 block of Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles
Report of a missing adult from Toluca Lake Tennis Club. She is described as
a female, 83 years old, 5’4”, 120 pounds, short light-brown hair, blue eyes,
wearing a salmon-colored top over white shorts and white tennis shoes. She
was last seen around 5:00 p.m.

7:52 p.m. 14400 block of Valerio Street, Van Nuys
Report of a possible shooting. 3 males were seen fleeing the scene.

7:53 p.m. Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Moorpark Street, Studio City
Report of an abandoned vehicle obstructing traffic at the intersection.

8:00 p.m. 12200 block of Burbank Boulevard, North Hollywood
Report of a neighbor dispute.

8:00 p.m. 6700 block of Vineland Avenue, North Hollywood
Report of a family dispute.

10:02 p.m. Sepulveda Boulevard and Kittridge Street, Van Nuys
Report of a possible shooting. A caller informs of seeing two men at the
location armed with handguns.

10:04 p.m. 5900 block of Tujunga Avenue, North Hollywood
Report of “male with mental illness” making a violent disturbance at the
apartment complex. Police are advised to respond with two patrol units. One
unit replies, “we’ll bring the bean bag.”

10:09 p.m. 5900 block of Tujunga Avenue, North Hollywood
LAPD arrives on the scene, requests additional “back-up.”

10:11 p.m. Elmer Avenue and Kittridge Street, North Hollywood
Report of vandalism. 2 males in a white Nissan, both in their 20’s, were
last seen walking on Kittridge Street towards Vineland Avenue.

10:30 p.m. Sepulveda Boulevard and Kittridge Street, Van Nuys
LAPD has investigated the scene, and find “no evidence of a shooting.”

10:30 p.m. 11300 block of Vanowen Street, North Hollywood
Report of group disturbance. They are identified as gang members,
approximately ten males gathered in the parking lot near a “gold / tan
Nissan Altima with frosted windows.”

10:50 p.m. 11600 block of Valleycrest Road, Studio City
Report of a man causing a disturbance.

10:59 p.m. 11900 block of Riverside Drive, Studio City
Report of a dispute between a man and a woman.

11:03 p.m. 15100 block of Enadia Way, Van Nuys
Report of “unknown trouble.” A female called 911, then the line was suddenly

11:03 p.m. 6300 block of Coldwater Canyon Avenue, Valley Glen
Report of an assault with a deadly weapon in progress. The stepfather is
fighting with the stepson, and during the 911 call “an unknown person is
heard saying they were going to get a knife.”

11:19 p.m. Vanowen Street and Ensign Avenue, North Hollywood
Report of a loud party disturbing the peace.

11:22 p.m. 6900 block of Morella Avenue, North Hollywood
In the vacant house in the back. A group of seven men and women “are
participating in narcotic consumption.”

11:23 p.m. 5100 block of Cartwright Avenue, North Hollywood
Report of a group fight at the location. Some of the combatants are seen
armed with knives.


12:05 a.m. 12000 block of Chandler Avenue, North Hollywood
Report of domestic violence. A man “who was breathing heavily,” called 911
saying “he was assaulted by his wife. Then the line got disconnected.”

12:09 a.m. Tujunga Avenue and Aqua Vista Street, Studio City
Report of a man with gray hair and tattoos is seen assaulting a woman.

12:11 a.m. Tujunga Avenue and Dilling Street, Studio City
Police are advised that the man with gray hair and tattoos is still with the
victim, and they are now seen a block south of the first location.

12:15 a.m. Stake-out situation, somewhere in Los Angeles
LAPD’s robbery unit has just parked a “bait car” in an area known for
vehicle burglaries. An undercover officer advises to his partners, there is
a “possible guy interested in the vehicle … (he is) wearing a black hoodie
and really, really, really tight, skinny jeans.”

12:18 a.m. Tujunga Avenue and Aqua Vista Street, Studio City
Additional information to the prior assault call. The man with gray hair and
tattoos is now reported to be going northbound on Tujunga Avenue on a

12:20 a.m. The man with gray hair and tattoos, who is now on a bicycle, is currently seen near Moorpark Street, still going northbound on Tujunga Avenue.

12:25 a.m.
10600 block of Magnolia Boulevard, North Hollywood
North Hollywood units responds originally to a report of a "507," which is a public nuisance. But the call quickly escalates, and an LAPD officer describes a "suspect" as “wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans, covered in blood” and running down an alley.

An LAPD officer radios that security from a nearby building reported two men with guns that took off running eastbound through the alley just south of 10654 Magnolia. The officer also states that "there is also another vehicle involved, a Maroon Scion ... sporty type vehicle that was last seen eastbound on Magnolia."

An LAPD helicopter arrives on scene and the patrol units create a perimeter to
contain the suspects. One of the possible gunmen was wearing a “Cowboys hat.“
After some time, it is determined the men reported with guns and any possible victim/s may have successfully fled the area.


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