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Newton Community Newsletter
 
 
March 2014
Vol. 6, No. 1

Newton Area
Captain’s Message

13A9
Senior Lead Officer Mark Hyland
Cell Telephone No.: (323) 572-3462
E-mail: 24603@lapd.lacity.org

March 2014

Boundaries
The boundaries for Basic Car 13A9 are 7th Street to the north, Central Avenue to the west,
Santa Fe Street to the east and Washington Boulevard to the south.
 
Crime Trends
During the month of March 2014, vehicle thefts and vehicles being broken into are the two (2) major crime problems. These crimes have occurred primarily in the area of Santa Fe Avenue & Washington Boulevard.

We ask that you secure your vehicle and leave no valuables within plain sight.  If you vehicle is stolen, do not wait several days to have a police report taken.  Immediately, report your vehicle stolen.  This will give officers a greater opportunity to recover your vehicle.

Gang Activity
While no active gang resides in Basic Car 13A9, gang graffiti is sprayed randomly on business walls (primarily at night) by gang members traveling through the area.  If you observe this graffiti, please call 311 for immediate removal.

Community Resources – Volunteer Program
Newton Area currently has openings for interested business people who may wish to help in an array of tasks here at the police station.  Some of the identified duties include helping Area detectives, assisting with Area youth programs and promoting community unity to support the local police.  If you are interested in joining our ranks, please contact Police Officer Talamantez at (323) 846-3937.

Quality of Life Issues
Are you having a problem with dirty alleys, trash, and debris on streets and dirty vacant lots in your neighborhood?  The Department of Public Works, Bureau of Street Services, will respond to your request if you call (213) 485-5661.  A clean neighborhood will keep away many of the nuisances that often lead to other crimes if not addressed immediately.  If you do not receive a timely response, please call me at (323) 572-3462 and I will submit your request at the Council Office.

Traffic Problems
Alameda Street and Washington Boulevard
Santa Fe Street and Olympic Boulevard

Both intersections continue to have a high rate of traffic collisions.  The primary causes are speed and left turns against oncoming traffic.  We ask that you slow down and make sure you have sufficient clearance when making that left turn.
Upcoming Events:
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Newton Area Community Room.

13A13
Senior Lead Officer Steve Carrillo
Cell Telephone No.: (323) 572-3463
E-mail: 25396@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries
The boundaries for Basic Car 13A13 are from Adams Boulevard to the south, Central Avenue to the east, 110 Freeway to the west, and to the north is Washington Boulevard, up Maple Avenue, to 9th Street.  My area is mostly commercial district with some residential areas.  We have seven (7) different schools and share a portion of the Fashion District with Central Area.  We are also home to the largest furniture & décor district on the West Coast.
Crime Trends
Burglary Theft from Vehicle (BTFV), Grand Theft Auto (GTA), and Thefts seem to be the areas primary problem. Reporting District (RD) 1321, which is LA Trade Tech College and Metro Court, is where majority of these crimes are occurring.  Officers have done an excellent job of educating the community by distributing numerous ‘Lock it, Hide it, Keep it’ flyers throughout the area. I continue to work close with Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies that work the College and Courts, by requesting their assistance in monitor the area during their daily shifts.

Gang Activity
Primera Flats (PF) have been active in the area of Trinity Park with increased graffiti, etc. Newton Gang Enforcement Detail (GED) officers are aware of their activities and continue to do an excellent job targeting PF’s gang members. I will continue to work with Coalition for Responsible Community Development to get the graffiti off the walls in a timely manner.
 
Community Resources
Newton Front Desk        (323) 846-6547
Newton Detectives                          (323) 846-5363
Narcotics Hotline                          (800) 662-2878
Newton Vice                                                   (323) 846-6505
Newton Gangs                              (323) 846-6566
Newton Community Relations                  (323) 846-3937
Newton C-PAB Website                      www.newtoncpab.org
Graffiti Hotline                          (800) 611-2489
City Information                          311
LAPD non emergencies                      (877) ASK-LAPD (275-5273)
Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr.’s Office        (323) 846-2651

Quality of Life
Transient activity continues throughout RDs 1303/1313, which is the
Fashion District area.  Newton Senior Lead Officers (SLO) continue with clean ups of alleys, abandoned camps, freeway overpasses, etc. 

Traffic Problems
Washington Boulevard & San Pedro Street is one of the Divisions problem intersections. Speed and Red Light Violations continue to be a problem.  Newton Officers and Central Traffic Division (CTD) Motors are targeting those specific locations. Use caution!!!

Upcoming Event
Newton Police Athletic and Activities League (PAAL) is looking to increase their enrollment.  Newton Cadets meet on a weekly basis and are also looking to increase their members.  If anyone is interested in becoming one of LAPD Newton Cadets, please contact the Newton Community Relations Office. 

13A27
Senior Lead Officer Rick Madrigal
Cell Telephone No.: (323) 572-3464
E-mail: 24276@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries:
The boundaries for Basic Car 13A27 are 20th Street on the north to Vernon Avenue on the south. Central Avenue on the west to Alameda Street on the east.

Crime Trends:
Chain snatch robberies continue to be a problem throughout the whole City.  Avoid wearing your jewelry exposed when walking on City streets.  Car break-ins are also a big problem.  Make sure your vehicle is locked with windows rolled-up.  Do not leave any valuables in plain sight.

Gang Activity:
The most active gangs in my area are 38th Street AFC (All for Crime), Loco Park and East Side Trece.

Community Resources:
There are many after school programs at City parks, A Place Called Home and here at Newton Station through our PAAL program.  You can call the station at (323) 846-3940 for more information.

Quality of Life:
To have graffiti removed free of charge you can call S.L.A.B.T. at (323) 743-6193.  This is a community-based organization dedicated to improving the community.

Traffic Problems:
There are none at this time.

Upcoming Events:
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Newton Area Community Room.



13A41
Senior Lead Officer Jerry Ballesteros
Cell Telephone No.: (323) 572-3465
E-mail: 25775@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries:
The boundaries for the Basic Car 13A41 is from Adams Boulevard to the north,
San Pedro Avenue on the east, Harbor Freeway to the west and Vernon Avenue to the south.

Crime Trends:
Basic Car Area 13A41 continues to experience Burglary from Motor Vehicles (BFMV) scattered throughout the area.  There are no specific suspects identified as of yet. Please Lock your vehicle, Hide your valuables, and you will Keep your property.  If you witness any persons who seem to be looking into vehicles and acting suspiciously, please call the Police.  In case of Emergency dial 911 or 877 ASK-LAPD 877- 275-5273 for non-emergency calls.

Gang Activity:
Hang Out Boys continue to feud with both the 41st St and 43 Crips.  The area of Martin Luther King Boulevard to Vernon Avenue and San Pedro Street to Grand Avenue contains these gangs. Please be cautious in this area.

Community Activity:
A tool for identifying events in your community may be located on the Web by going to the web site for the Commission for Children, Youth and Families, at http://www.ccyf.org.  A list of events can be found on the web site.  The Commission can also be contacted at (213) 978-1872.

Newton Police station also had a Cadet Program for kids ranging from 13-20 years of age. Parents you can bring your kids on Wednesday nights at 6pm for orientation.  Newton Station is located at 3400 South Central Avenue.

Quality of Life:
Transients and drunks comprise most of the quality of life issues in Newton Division.  The SLOs continue to provide resources for the homeless.  The SLOs also continue to work with all City entities to clean streets and alleys of trash and illegally dumped items.

Traffic Problems:
A major traffic problem is the double parking in and around the schools in the area.  This has caused numerous accidents and will lead to serious injury or death to a student.  Please leave with enough time to safely deliver your child to school.  Motorcycle units will continue to focus in and around the schools.


Upcoming Events: 
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Newton Area Community Room.


13A43
Senior Lead Officer Antonio Diaz
Cell Telephone No.: (323) 572-3469
E-mail: 30037@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries
The boundaries for the Basic Car 13A43 is from Adams Boulevard to the north, Central Avenue to the East, San Pedro Street to the west and 47th Street to the south.

Schools
28th Street Elementary 2807 Stanford Avenue, Los Angeles, 90011
Principal: Rodriguez, Rigoberto. Phone No.: (323) 232-3496. RD 1333
Harmony Elementary 899 East 42nd Place Los Angeles 90011
Principal Salazar Sylvia. Phone No.: (323) 238-0791. RD 1344
Lizarraga Elementary 401 East 40nd Place, Los Angeles, 90011
Principal Manriquez, Delores. Phone No.: (323) 235-6960. RD 1343
Wadsworth Elementary981 East 41st Street, Los Angeles 90011
Principal Moscoso, Veronica. Phone (323) 232-5234. RD 1343
Carver Middle School 4410 McKinley Avenue, Los Angeles 90011
Principal Cotto Luz. Phone No.: (323) 846-2900. RD 1353
Crime Trends
Basic Car Area 13A43 continues to experience problems with Robberies on
Central Avenue between 41st Street to Vernon Avenue.  Please be a good witness and telephone the police if you see any suspicious activity in and around your residence.  Dial 9-1-1 in case of an emergency and dial (877) ASK-LAPD (275-5273) for non-emergency calls.

Gang Activity
The active gangs in my area are the Ghetto Boyz, Primera Flats, Four Deuce, Four Tray, and Four Eight.  These gangs are involved in all major crimes that include narcotics, murder and all types of intimidations against the community.  Remember if you have any type of information you can remain anonymous.
 
Community Resources
A handy tool for identifying many events in your community may be located on the Web by going to the web site for the Commission for Children, Youth and Families, at
http://www.ccyf.org. A daily list of events, ranging from religious to health to recreation, can be found on this web site.  The Commission may also be contacted at (213) 978-1872.
 
Please remember that if any of the parents in Newton Area are looking for a great program for your children, check out our Cadet Program; they meet on Tuesday nights at 6:00pm at
Newton Station, 3400 South Central Avenue. 



Quality of Life
Transients remain in the large numbers throughout the whole Newton area.  The SLOs are always providing alternative resources for the homeless community regarding shelters and services.  We continue to work with all other City entities to clean-up the alleys and streets.  If you need any kind of quality issue please contact your City Council Office (Councilmember
Curren D. Price, Jr.).  Please be aware of the increase of graffiti on all the churches in the area.  If you happen to see any suspicious activity around any churches, please call 9-11.

Traffic Problems
Any of the major streets that run north/south seem to be our biggest problem during the early mornings and late afternoon hours to and from work.  Please use caution and look out for all the children going to and leaving school.  Remember that there are traffic officers are enforcing all traffic laws.

Upcoming Events: 
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00 in the Newton Area Community Room.

Important Information:
Please be safe during all your daily activities and make sure that you are mindful of all your surroundings during these times. Remember to Lock it Hide it and Keep it.

13A63 Patrol Basic Car. South Park Area
Senior Lead Officer Tony Saenz (13SLO63)
Cell Telephone No.: (323) 572-3467
E-mail: 34243@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries:
The boundaries for the for the Basic Car 13A61 are from Vernon Avenue to the north, 52nd Street south, Central Avenue to the east and Grand Avenue to the west.  

Crime Trends:
The Broadway, Avalon and Central Corridor continues to be one of the area’s top crime problem locations.  Gang crime in the Basic Car area for 13A63 has been reduced.  Wall Street between Vernon Avenue and 45th Street is an active area for narcotic sales, usage, drinking in public and transient activity.  This area is now being monitored on an around the clock basis by SLOs, Vice Officers and Patrol Officers.

South Park also continues to be an ongoing problem with narcotics activity, due to the Methadone Clinic.  Gang activity, graffiti and drinking in public or also concerns around the park benches.  These particular areas rely on targeted and high visibility patrol.  The efforts, of the Basic Car (13A63), Gang unit, Vice and Narcotics units continue to combat crime in concerned areas.  Newton Division will keep up enforcement in crime hot spots.


Gang Activity
The Playboys remains one of the most active Hispanic gangs in the area and have a constant feud with surrounding Hispanics gangs.  The 5-Trey Avalon Gangster Crips and 52 Broadway Gangster Crip are the two most active black gangs, which are responsible for much of the areas narcotics sales.  Please call and report all gang activity in your area.  Remember you can remain anonymous.

Community Resources:
Junipero Serra Library has several computers available for you and your children to use.  The computers are great for research papers or just to find out what is happening around the world.  English as a as Second Language classes are being offered at the library.  Please call
(323)846-5382 for more information.  You can also pick up crime prevention flyers, with LAPD/NEWTON Area contact information, from the library information desk

Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr.’s District Office (Newton Area) (323) 846-2651
City Information Line 311
Non-Emergency Police Number (213) 626-LAPD/(213) 626-5273
WE TIP (anonymous reporting) 1-800-78-CRIME
Newton Front Desk (323) 846-6547

Quality of Life:
Transients remain in large numbers along Grand Avenue/Broadway corridor and in South Park area.  Newton SLOs have always provided info to the homeless regarding shelter information. Officers continue to cleanup alleys, streets and abandoned camps.  If you have any problem locations in your area, please contact SLO Saenz for cleanup.  Information for general street services can also be handled through Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr.’s Office.  Please note, due to City budget cut backs, street, sidewalk and alley cleanups have been back logged due to high volume of request by citizens, and please be patient.

Crime prevention is the duty of every citizen.  Also serving as a good witness is very important in fighting crime.  You are the additional eyes and ears for the Los Angeles Police Department, our officers and detectives.  You can contact officers and detectives and keep your identity secure.  As part of this community, you are an important component in helping us keep our streets safer.

Traffic Problems:
All major streets that run north/south and east/west are a problem during peak traffic hours during 0700am to 0900am and 4:30pm to 7:00pm during evening hours.  Please use caution while driving and follow the rules of the road.



13A75
Senior Lead Mike Fernandez 13SLO75
Cell Telephone No.: (213) 804-3363
Email: 34636@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries
The boundaries for the for the Basic Car 13A75 are from Vernon Avenue to the north,
Slauson Avenue to the south, Alameda Street to the east and Central Avenue to the west.  The Pueblo Del Rio Housing Projects consist of numerous Government Housing Units, Holmes Avenue Elementary School, day care facilities and a Park and Recreation center.  The Alameda Swap Meet is an indoor facility, which contains numerous vendors. 

Crime Trends
The Alameda Swap Meet corridor continues to be one of the area’s top crime problem locations.  The area of Vernon Avenue between Staunton Avenue and 48th Place is an active area for stolen vehicles.  Stolen taxi cabs are also being stripped and left in the area.   The Swap Meet is also plagued with people drinking in public, transient activity, illegal vending, sales of false government identification cards, illegal DVD sales and gang activity.  This area is now being monitored on a round the clock basis by SLOs, gang officers, vice officers, patrol officers and Central Bureau Motor Units.  The Pueblo Del Rio Housing Projects continue to be a hot bed for gang activity and narcotic sales.  The Newton Area C.L.E.A.R. gang unit will keep up enforcement in the hot spots.

Also to be aware of  the robberies of gold chains which have become a major problem throughout the City, as well as vehicle break-ins.  Please do not wear any exposed gold jewelry, and please do not leave any valuables in plain view inside your vehicle.  The Department’s campaign to combat vehicle break-ins is ‘Lock It, Hide It, Keep It.’

Gang Activity
The 38th ST criminal street gang, remains one of the most active Hispanic gangs in the area and have a constant feud with surrounding Hispanics gangs and black gangs (52 Pueblo Bishop Bloods, AFC “All for crime,” Florencia 13 and BMS “Barrio Mojados”).  The 52 Pueblo Bishop Bloods and OBZ “Oriental Boyz” black and Cambodian gangs which are responsible for much of the area’s narcotics sales, in and around the Pueblo Del Rio Housing Projects.  Please call and report all gang activity in your area.  Remember you can remain anonymous. 

Community Resources
Resources can be located at Leon Washington Library located at 4500 South Central Avenue.  The library offers books, computers, and a good place for students to study or complete their homework.

Newton Area also offers the Cadet Program; they meet on Tuesday nights at 6:00pm at Newton Station, 3400 South Central Avenue.



Quality of Life
Transients remain in large numbers around the Alameda Swap meet and Pueblo Del Rio Housing Projects.  Newton SLOs have always provided info to the homeless regarding shelter information.  Officers continue to cleanup alleys and abandoned camps.  If you have any problem locations in your area, please contact SLO Fernandez for cleanup.

Crime prevention is the duty of every citizen.  Also serving as a good witness is very important in fighting crime.  You are the additional eyes and ears for the Los Angeles Police Department, our officers and detectives.  You can contact officers and detectives and keep your identity secure.  As part of this community, you are an important component in helping us keep our streets safer.

Traffic Problems
Any major streets that run north/south and east/west are a problem during peak traffic hours during 7:00am to 9:00am and 4:30pm to 7:00pm during evening hours.  Please use caution while driving and follow the rules of the road.

Upcoming Events
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Newton Area Community Room.


13FBL75
Senior Lead Officer Michael Fernandez
Cell Telephone No.: (213) 804-3363
E-mail: 34636@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries:
The boundaries for the Pueblo Del Rio Housing Projects are from 55th Street to south, 50th Street to the north, Compton Avenue to the west and Alameda Street to the east.  

Crime Trends:
The Pueblo Del Rio Housing has experience an approximate 70 percent decrease in crime since the month of September 2012.  This is due to the hard work from the men and women of Newton Division.  Dial 911 in case of an emergency and dial (877) ASK-LAPD (275-5273) for
Non-emergency calls.

Gang Activity:
There still remains a high presence of Pueblo Bishop Bloods, LA Oriental Boys and
Florencia 13 gang members in the area.  We are currently working with the Newton Gang Enforcement Detail (GED) to try and prevent any gang crime.  

Community Resources:

Newton Division has started their first Pueblo Del Rio/Newton PAAL program.  The PAAL program focuses on taking the kids off the street at night and gives them something constructive to do.  We currently have over seventy children registered with the PAAL program in the housing development, which hopefully prevented these children from being victims of crimes.  Any questions regarding the Newton PAAL Program contact Police Officer Lizete Triana at (323) 846-3937.

We are also working with the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) to bring more resources to Pueblo Del Rio.  The HACLA has turned over their recreation center to the Newton PAAL program and we are in our second year in the Pueblos.  Due to the hard work of Newton PAAL officers, HACLA has also doubled the funds for the program.

Nicole Griffin is the director for the Slauson Recreation Center located at
5300 South Compton Avenue.  Nicole is starting another basketball league for the Pueblo Housing and surrounding area youths.  Questions regarding sports or other programs at the Slauson Recreation Center, contact Nicole Griffin at (323) 846-5393.  Please remember, if any parents in Newton Area are looking for a great program for your children check out our Cadet Program; they meet on Tuesday nights at 6:00pm at Newton Community Police Station,
3400 South Central Avenue.

Quality of Life:
Transients remain in large numbers throughout the whole Newton area.  The SLOs are always providing alternative resources for the homeless community regarding shelters and services.  We continue to work with all other City entities to clean-up the alleys and streets.

Traffic Problems:
Families picking up their children from Holmes Avenue Elementary School, please use caution for children crossing the street.

Important Information: Please be safe during all your daily activities and make sure that you are mindful of all your surroundings during these times.  Remember to ‘Lock it Hide it and Keep it.’

Upcoming Events:
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Newton Area Community Room.

13A85
Senior Lead Officer Daniel Marrufo
Work Number: (323) 846-3937
E-mail: 26399@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries
The boundaries for the Basic Car 13A85 is from 52 Street to the north, Central Avenue to the east, Grand Avenue to the west and Slauson Avenue to the south.

Crime Trends
Vehicles continue to be broken into in the area south of South Park.  Please remember to keep your vehicles and valuables safe, “Lock it, Keep it, Hide it.”


Reminder:  Keep your gold hidden and protect your valuables and avoid being a victim. 

Please make sure to always be aware of your surroundings and remember to be a good witness. Dial 9-1-1 in case of an emergency and dial 877-ASK-LAPD (275-5273) for non-emergency calls. 
 
Community Resources
A handy tool for identifying many events in your community may be located on the Web by going to the web site for the Commission for Children, Youth and Families, at
http://www.ccyf.org.  A daily list of events, ranging from religious to health to recreation, can be found on this web site.  The Commission may also be contacted at (213) 978-1872.
 
Quality of Life
I have received numerous complaints and also observed more transients residing in the alleys. 
I have place several requests to have these allies cleaned out but due to City cut backs I have been advised that there will be a delay in the clean ups.  Please be patient and still continue to call for any illegal activity that may be occurring in these allies.

Additional concerns can also be forwarded to Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr
at (213) 473-7009 

Traffic Problems
Please be careful in and around any schools in the morning hours and after school hours.  Many people are double parked attempting to pick up their children. This is illegal and violators are going to be cited.

13A93
Senior Lead Officer Frank Contreras
Office Telephone No.: (323) 572-3470
E-mail: 31214@lapd.lacity.org

Boundaries:
The boundaries for the Basic Car 13A93 are from Slauson Avenue to the north, Central Avenue to the east, Grand Avenue to the west and Florence Avenue to the south.

Crime Trends:
Basic Car Area 13A93 is experiencing an ongoing problem with vehicle thefts and BFMV.  The best way to prevent yourself from becoming a victim is to lock and secure your vehicle in a secure location.  If possible, avoid parking on the street overnight, use a theft prevention device such as the Club, and do not leave valuables in your car.  Please be a good witness and telephone the police if you see any suspicious activity in and around your residence.  Dial 911 in case of an emergency and dial (877) ASK-LAPD (275-5273) for non-emergency calls.


Gang Activity:
Florencia (F-13) and East Coast Crips (59, 62, 66, 68, 69 ECC) are Newton Area’s most active gangs south of Slauson Avenue.  Newton GIT is doing a great job of dealing with the violent crime that brings fear into the community.  The GIT officers understand the community concerns and do a great job of handling all the feuds and alliances, which come from neighboring rival gangs.  It is this expertise that is keeping violent crime down in the area.  Newton will continue its aggressive enforcement.  Do not hesitate to report any crime, especially one that appears to be gang-related, if you have any type of information you can remain anonymous.

Community Resources:
A useful resource for keeping our community’s streets and alleys clean is the Department of Public Works, Bureau of Street Services.  Call (800) 996-2489 to report Street/Alley Dumping or request sidewalk repair.  Requests can also be submitted via the internet at BSS.LACITY.ORG/REQUEST.HTM.  For Bulky Item or Dead Animal pick up call the Bureau of Sanitation at (800) 773-2489.

Please remember, if any parents in Newton Area are looking for a great program for your children check out our Cadet Program, they meet on Tuesday nights at 6:00pm at Newton Community Police Station, 3400 South Central Avenue.

Quality of Life:
Transients are always the main concern to Newton Businesses and Residents. SLOs continue to work with Department of Public, Bureau of Street Services and Department of Public Works, Bureau of Sanitation on many area (alley) clean-ups.  We have recently cleaned-up and
painted-out graffiti in several alleys east of Broadway and north of Florence Avenue.  If you are aware of any locations that you would like to see addressed, please contact me by phone or
E-mail.

Traffic Problems:
One of the Top 5 intersections for traffic collisions is in our area: Main Street and Gage Avenue use caution near this and all other intersections.  Remember not all drivers are as careful as you.  While picking-up or dropping-off your child at school, do not double-park; follow the rules of the road.  Use caution when dropping-off and picking-up your child at school.  Do not user your cell phone or text while operating a motor vehicle, Newton officers will be watching and violators will be CITED! Buckle up and use caution!

Upcoming Events:
Newton SLO Summit April 9, 2014 at 6:00pm in the Newton Area Community Room.
 
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