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    Arlington Heights

    Latest complete week April 12–April 18

    3 violent
    crimes
    3 property
    crimes
    2.6 crimes
    per 10,000 people
    Location Crime Date and time
    1900 block of Arlington Avenue Burglary April 18, 5 a.m.
    3300 block of West Pico Boulevard Robbery April 17, 10:40 p.m.
    1000 block of South Norton Avenue Grand theft auto April 17, 8 p.m.
    1600 block of South Gramercy Place Aggravated assault April 16, 10 p.m.
    3500 block of West Olympic Boulevard Theft April 16, 11:30 a.m.
    Crenshaw and Pico Robbery April 14, 11 p.m.

    Six-month summary

    53 violent
    crimes
    178 property
    crimes
    99.0 crimes
    per 10,000 people

    Neighborhood Rank Crimes Per 10,000 people

    Violent crimes: 48/209
    Arlington Heights
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    Property crimes: 129/209
    Arlington Heights
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    Crime types

    Violent crimes (53)
    Property crimes (178)

    Monthly totals Adjusted to 30 days

    • All crimes Violent crimes Property crimes
    — 500 — 0

    Weekly totals

    • All crimes Violent crimes Property crimes

    Police agency

    • Arlington Heights is covered by three police jurisdictions.
    Jurisdiction Department Address Phone
    Olympic L.A.P.D. 1130 S. Vermont Ave. 213-382-9102
    Southwest L.A.P.D. 1546 Martin Luther King Blvd. 213-485-2582
    Wilshire L.A.P.D. 4861 Venice Blvd. 213-473-0476

    Arlington Heights

    is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles in the Central L.A. region of Los Angeles County. It contains Country Club Park and Western Heights.
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    About This Project
    Arlington Heights is one of the 272 neighborhoods in Mapping L.A., The Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools.
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