Vandalism in Los Angeles, CA

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Trulia helps you make smarter real estate decisions by helping you understand the hyper-local trends related to Los Angeles real estate, crime reports, maps and other data. The most dangerous intersections (city blocks) are the following: Crenshaw Boulevard and Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard, 183rd Street and Los Cerritos Center, West 59th Street and Western Avenue, South Serrano Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard, Oso Avenue and Sherman Way. Our data for Los Angeles includes 1,500 theft, 217 robbery, 400 burglary, 227 assault, 7 missing person, 7 shooting, 45 other crimes, 32 traffic, 7 theft of vehicle, 20 community policing, 3 vandalism, 10 arrest, 6 breaking & entering, 1 family offense, 1 kidnapping, 7 disorder, 2 vehicle recovery, 3 theft from vehicle, 2 arson, 2 property crime, 1 weapons offense with 2,500 total crime points in Los Angeles.

Most dangerous in Los Angeles

Crenshaw Boulevard and Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard (10)
183rd Street and Los Cerritos Center (6)
West 59th Street and Western Avenue (5)
South Serrano Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard (5)
Oso Avenue and Sherman Way (4)

Vandalism in Los Angeles

03/23/2013VandalismEast Imperial Avenue and McCarthy Court
03/25/2013VandalismDuley Road and East Mariposa Avenue
03/25/2013VandalismEast 17th Street and Stanton Place

Zipcodes in Los Angeles County

Neighborhoods in Los Angeles County

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