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Monday, June 8th
A property damage report was taken at
0839 hours from the 900 block of East Pine
Avenue. A tree branch fell on a parked vehicle.
A petty theft report was taken at 0856
hours from the 700 block of North Pacific
Coast Highway. Unknown suspect(s) stole
food from a store.
One male adult was arrested at 1706 hours
from the 800 block of South Aviation Boulevard
for identity theft and one outstanding
ESPD misdemeanor warrant.
A dead body report was taken at 1937
hours from the 500 block of West Acacia
Avenue. A female adult was found deceased.
One male adult was arrested at 0502 hours
from the 1800 block of East Sycamore Avenue
for domestic violence.
Tuesday, June 9th
A robbery report was taken at 1018 hours
from South Aviation Boulevard and East
The two suspects used force to take the
A shoplifting report was taken at 1434
hours from the 700 block of South Pacific
Coast Highway. Two male suspects stole
merchandise from the store.
A found property report was taken at 1734
hours from the 400 block of Main Street. A
pink purse was found.
A grand theft auto report was taken at
1712 hours from the 800 block of Hornet
Way. Taken was a 1993 Toyota Tacoma truck.
A petty theft report was taken at 0440
hours from the 300 block of West El Segundo
Boulevard. Unknown suspect(s) stole a wallet
from the victim’s backpack.
A lost property report was taken at 0442
hours from the 800 block of Virginia Street. A
kid’s wallet with soccer balls on it was lost.
Wednesday, June 10th
A traffic accident (no injuries) occurred at
0912 hours in the 100 block of North Pacific
Coast Highway, vehicle versus building.
A petty theft report was taken at 0959 hours
from the 700 block of South Pacific Coast
Highway. Unknown suspect stole merchandise
from the store.
A stolen vehicle was recovered at 1033
hours in the 1900 block of East Mariposa
Avenue. Recovered was a 2001 Chevrolet
Silverado reported stolen out of LAPD.
A burglary (auto) report was taken at
1425 hours from the 400 block of South
Pacific Coast Highway. Unknown suspect(s)
smashed the passenger window of the victim’s
One female adult was arrested at 1749
hours from the 900 block of East Mariposa
Avenue for drunk in public.
A missing person report was taken at 0314
hours from the 300 block of Virginia Street.
A male juvenile was reported missing.
Thursday, June 11th
A lost property report was taken at 0805
hours from the 500 block of Kansas Street.
Lost was a wallet.
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A found property report was taken at 0948
hours from the 400 block of Illinois Street.
Found was a wallet.
One female adult was detained at 0911
hours in the 600 block of North Pacific
Coast Highway and transported to Exodus
MLK Hospital for evaluation and treatment.
A hit and run (no injuries) report was taken
at 1117 hours from the 200 block of Standard
Street, vehicle versus parked vehicle.
A mail theft report was taken at 1443
hours from the 100 block of Standard Street.
Unknown suspect pried a mailbox open and
took the mail.
One female adult was arrested at 0138
hours from West El Segundo Boulevard and
Isis Avenue for misdemeanor DUI.
Friday, June 12th
A burglary (auto) report was taken at 0545
hours from the 600 block of Illinois Court.
An attempt petty theft report was taken
at 1118 hours from the 800 block of Main
Street. The suspect attempted to steal a package
from the victim’s porch.
A vandalism report was taken at 1933 hours
from Concord Street and Grand Avenue. Unknown
suspect(s) knocked down a stop sign.
One male adult was arrested at 2253 hours
from the 300 block of East Grand avenue for
One female adult was detained at 0044
hours from the 300 block of West Acacia
Avenue and was transported to MLK medical
center for a 72 hours psychiatric evaluation.
One male adult was detained at 0217 hours
from Main Street and Grand Avenue and was
transported to transported to Harbor General
Hospital for a 72 hour psychiatric evaluation.
Saturday, June 13th
A traffic collision report (with injuries) was
taken at 0739 hours from the 2100 block of
Rosecrans Ave. Vehicle versus pedestrian.
Petty theft reports were taken at 0835
hours from the 800 block of Sheldon Street.
Unknown suspect(s) ransacked six unlocked
A grand theft report was taken at 1700
hours from the 700 block of West Imperial
Avenue. Unknown suspect(s) stole a catalytic
converter from the victim’s vehicle.
An online petty theft report was taken at
0204 hours from the 700 block of Bayonne
Street. Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s
snowboard boots and tool box from the bed
of the victim’s pickup truck.
Sunday, June 14th
A stolen plates report was taken at 1202
hours from the 600 block of East Imperial
Avenue. Unknown suspect(s) stole the rear
plate of the victim’s vehicle.
A traffic collision report (with injuries)
was taken at 1419 hours from the 800 block
of South Pacific Coast Highway. Single
motorcycle traffic accident.
One female adult was detained at 2015
hours from the 1700 block of Grand Avenue
and transported to MLK medical center for
a 72 hours psychiatric evaluation. •
Dear Neighborhood Therapist,
My partner and I have been living together
for a year now. Some habits they have really
do bother me. I find myself saying nothing
and “just taking it.” Eventually I “get over
it” and I’m not angry anymore, but I worry
that if I keep “just getting over it” in the
long term that this will lead to resentment
that will be terrible for our relationship. Is
this way of handling things unhealthy?
– Should I be Angrier?
Dear Should I be Angrier,
Think of rain falling on a garden. If the
rain doesn’t come too quickly, the soil can
absorb it without flooding or washing away.
If the layer of soil is thick, and if the garden
has a robust root system, the land can absorb
more rain. If the soil is thin, with little to
hold it in place, it will erode easily, washed
away by even a soft drizzle.
A garden can be a useful metaphor for
relationships. If problems or bad habits are
like rain showers, then the questions become,
how bad is the storm, and how deep and
fertile is the soil of your relationship? Most
“healthy” gardens not only handle the occasional
rain shower, but they need and expect
them in order to grow. If your relationship is
otherwise solid and can absorb the problems,
then it may just be worth it to grumble to
yourself, your friends and your therapist, and
then move on. Take a stand when you have
to - but not everything is worth fighting over,
especially if the soil is thick.
The good news is that as long as it’s not
illegal or harmful to your physical health,
then you get to be the one who defines what
is healthy or unhealthy for your relationship.
If your relationship can absorb it, then allowing
your relationship to do so is probably
not “unhealthy.” We can all handle different
amounts of discomfort. Do you have a sense
of how much discomfort you can tolerate and
still have the relationship be worth it?
If you live long enough, you will probably
have a chance to experience many of the small
and large humiliations and inconveniences life
brings us. So often when we come into contact
with people or entities more powerful than
us, we are forced to bite our tongue for fear
of bigger consequences that are not worth it.
If - in your mind and in your heart - the
relationship is more powerful than you as
an individual, then you are both sometimes
going to have to give up precious little pieces
of yourselves in order to remain in it. You -
and only you - have every right to decide if
doing so is unhealthy or not.
Please write to tom@tomandrecounseling.
com or text to 310.776.5299 with questions
about handling what is affecting your life,
your family, the community or the world.
Tom Andre is a Licensed Marriage & Family
Therapist (LMFT119254). The information
in this column is for educational purposes
only and nothing herein should be construed
as professional advice or the formation of a
therapeutic relationship. •
“The best kind of happiness
is a habit you’re passionate about.”
– Shannon L. Alder
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