It was another busy week for property crimes in Highland Park, according to The Los Angeles Times, as 31 grand theft autos, thefts, thefts from vehicles and burglaries were reported in the neighborhood between Nov. 2 and Nov. 8.
According to the Times data mapping project, Highland Park has averaged 14.1 property crimes per-week over the last three months.
Among the crimes reported were ten grand theft autos, five thefts, thirteen thefts from vehicles and two burglaries.
The Times also reports that there was a minor uptick in violent crime between Nov. 2 and Nov. 8.
On Friday, Nov. 2 an aggravated assault was reported near the 6100 block of Poppy Peak Drive. On Nov. 5, police responded to the report of a robbery near the intersection of Marmion Way and Avenue 51. On Nov. 7, officers investigated the report of a rape on 200 E. Ave. 38 and an aggravated assault near 5900 York Boulevard. On Nov. 8, police were called to the corner of North Figueroa Street and Woodside Drive to take the report of a robbery.