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Crime Week: Quiet by Dodger Stadium, Thefts Spike in Silver Lake

We break down the L.A. Times crime-mapping data for the week of Oct. 1 - Oct. 7 for Echo Park and environs.

It’s been peaceful in the Elysian Park area--at least on the ground.

(We can't speak for all those choppers lately.)

No Crime Reported At All in Elysian Park

There were no property crimes and no violent crimes in the neighborhood near Dodger Stadium during the week of Oct. 1 – Oct. 7.

According to the L.A. Times crime-mapping data, that neighborhood—site of the Bryan Stow beating in March—had gone 25 straight days without a violent crime report.

With the Dodgers done for the season, it wlll be interesting to see if rates go up or down after this summer’s increased police presence.

Find out more about Elysian Park crime data in the L.A. Times here.

Very Little Violent Crime in Echo Park Too

Meantime, over in neighboring Echo Park, 1 violent crime was reported, an assault on Oct. 1 in the 1400 block of Sunset Boulevard.

According to the L.A. Times data, the week also saw 9 property crimes, below the area’s 13.6 property crimes per week over the last 6 months.

Incidents included a burglary in the 1800 block of Cerro Gordo Street on the evening of Oct. 5  and a grand theft auto in the 1200 block of Glendale Boulevard.

Find information about all Echo Park crimes here.

Property Crimes Way Above Average in Silver Lake

Silver Lake, on the other hand, saw property crimes spike sharply above the area’s 6-month average.  There were 23 property crimes during the week of Oct. 1 – Oct. 7.

Silver Lake’s 6-month average is 17.4.

The incidents included 11 thefts from vehicles, many of them near Sunset Junction south of Sunset Boulevard.

Five burglaries were also reported during the period—2 on the night of Oct.4 in the 1500 block of Easterly Terrace.

Silver Lake, like Elysian Park, had 0 violent crime reports Oct. 1 – Oct. 7.

Find information about all Silver Lake crimes during Oct. 1 – Oct. 7 here.

To report a crime, call LAPD's Rampart Division at (213) 484-3400 or LAPD's Northeast Division at (213) 485-2563.

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