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Maywood

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department began patrolling Maywood on July 1, 2010. Before that, the city had its own police force, which was disbanded after the city learned it was losing its insurance. The insurance provider found the city too risky, mainly because of the high number of claims filed against its police force.

Because The Times has limited crime data for Maywood, no statistics or analysis for the city is available at this time.

Latest complete week May 14–May 20

  • Crime reports provided by the L.A. County Sheriff lag behind events, in some cases for a few weeks. Sheriff's officials have said clerical staff shortages delay the processing of addresses needed to map crimes. Because of the delay, The Times’ Crime L.A. database does not provide short-term analysis or alerts about recent rises in crimes for areas patrolled by the sheriff.
  • Below is a list of crimes reported for Maywood in the latest seven days. Keep in mind that the number of crimes reported for this time period may increase over the coming weeks as the Sheriff provides additional data.
Location Crime Date and time
6100 block of Atlantic Boulevard Grand theft auto May 20, 3:20 p.m.
4114 54th Street Theft from vehicle May 20, 2 a.m.
5900 block of Mayflower Avenue Aggravated assault May 19, 7 a.m.
4861 60th Place Theft May 18, 2:18 p.m.
3900 block of 57th Street Theft from vehicle May 17, 3:15 a.m.
6100 block of Pine Avenue Burglary May 14, 11:30 p.m.

Maywood

is a city in the Southeast region of Los Angeles County.
This neighborhood includes Unincorporated Maywood in its area and statistics.
The neighboring communities are Bell, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Huntington Park and Vernon.
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