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Happy New Year to readers of Beverly Hills Patch! Although there is much to look forward to in 2012, here is a quick recap of the top stories from the last week of 2011. 1. Keep up with the latest Beverly Hills news even when you’re on the go with the latest Patch iPhone or Droid app . 2. A Los Angeles County coroner’s spokesman reported that rapper Heavy D, who collapsed at his Beverly Hills apartment building in November, died of a blood clot in his lung . 3. Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley warned consumers about a “robo-call” scam to get confidential banking information from unsuspecting victims. 4. A college football player performed the Heimlich maneuver on a diner during the Beef Bowl dinner in Beverly Hills. 5. Starting Jan. 1, a new state law will require children under age 8 to be buckled into a car or booster seat that is secured in a vehicle’s back seat. Also, Beverly Hills High School athletes have been selected to All-Ocean League teams in football, girls volleyball and boys water polo. Be sure to follow Beverly Hills Patch on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook . Visit link: Week in Review: Patch Apps, ‘Robo-Call’ Scam and a Child Safety Seat Law
The funeral procession commemorating fallen Manhattan Beach Police Officer Mark Vasquez. Originally posted here: Sue City: Manhattan Beach hit with claims, lawsuits
A Canadian man died in a skydiving accident in Perris, CA yesterday afternoon. Michael Ungar, 32, landed on the ground at about 2:02 p.m. and firefighters tried to revive him, but he was pronounced dead at the scene, reports NBC Los Angeles . more › Read more from the original source: Man Dies in Skydiving Accident at Riverside County Facility
A woman was threatened with a gun and robbed of her purse on South Palm Drive in this Beverly Hills Police Department blotter set. Open office Between noon and 12:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, items were stolen from an office on the 400 block of North Bedford Drive. Someone gained entry through an unlocked door, took property and then fled undetected. A loss of $4,200 was reported. Emptied During the night of Dec. 12, property was stolen from a storage container on the 700 block of North Alta Drive. The container’s lock had been cut. Off the rack Between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Dec. 13, a bicycle was snatched from a bike rack on the 9500 block of Wilshire Boulevard. The victim reported a loss of $1,100. Thieving duo At about 11 a.m. on Dec. 13, $20,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from a store on the 100 block of South Beverly Drive. A man and woman allegedly worked together to remove the items from a display case. At gunpoint Shortly before 10 p.m. on Dec. 13, a woman was robbed at gunpoint on the 200 block of South Palm Drive. An unknown male approached the victim on the street, grabbed her purse as he pointed the gun at her forehead, then fled with the purse. The victim reported a loss of $1,375. This information was provided by the Beverly Hills Police Department. Be sure to follow Beverly Hills Patch on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook . Go here to read the rest: Police Blotter: An Unlocked Office, Stolen Bike and Gunpoint Robbery
Happy Boxing Day…if you don’t feel like hitting the Target or Macys to return gifts, we found a few other stores with sales that might satisfy the shopping bug, as well as a few events that have nothing to do with either shopping or food. Read on for all the details. more › See the rest here: Pencil This In: Classic Cartoons, Spare Room Party and Racing at Santa Anita
This Beverly Hills Police Department blotter set shows that even getting caught in the act won’t stop some thieves from following through with their crimes. Check the garage Sometime between the evening of Dec. 2 and the morning of Dec. 5, building materials were stolen from an underground garage on the 900 block of North Alpine Drive. A loss of $1,500 was reported. Through the window Between 5:30 and 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 5, property was stolen from a residence on the 300 block of South Crescent Drive. Someone pried open a rear window to gain access to the home, took goods and fled. The victim reported a loss of $2,200. Deconstructed During the night of Dec. 5, a residential construction site was burglarized on the 300 block of North Maple Drive. Someone entered the secured rear gate of the site, accessed the unsecured rear door of the home, removed $18,000 worth of material and fled. Whack Shortly before midnight on Dec. 8, an assault occurred on the 9400 block of West Olympic Boulevard. Someone threw a bag containing a hard object at another person’s face and mouth. Busted lock During the night of Dec. 8, items were stolen from a storage unit on the 700 block of North Alta Drive. Someone broke the chain lock to the gate securing the unit, removed property valued at $5,300 and fled. Bike grab At 11:45 p.m. on Dec. 9, someone was caught stealing a bicycle on the 9600 block of West Olympic Boulevard. A witness observed a man described as being 35 years old, 5-feet 8-inches tall, weighing 135 pounds with black hair exiting an open garage with the bike. When confronted by the witness, the suspect fled with the property. The victim reported a loss of $2,000. This information was provided by the Beverly Hills Police Department. Be sure to follow Beverly Hills Patch on Twitter and “Like” us on Facebook . Read this article: Police Blotter: Olympic Assault, Broken Chain Lock and a Stolen Bicycle