Last week, from Monday, Jan. 7 to Sunday, Jan. 13, 18 crimes were reported within a two-mile radius of the center of Woodland Hills, according to reports on crimemapping.com.
The two-mile radius used in the report starts from the intersection of Ventura Boulevard and Farralone Avenue, just east of where Ventura runs under the 101 Freeway.
The crime statistics from the week break down like this, per crimemapping.com:
1 case of robbery (taking property of another by means of force or fear)
10 cases of petty theft (theft of a value of less than $950)
1 case of grand theft (generally, theft of a value of $950 or more)
2 cases of burglary (entry of a structure with the intent to commit theft or a felony)
1 case of assault with a deadly weapon
2 cases of buurglary from a vehicle
and one stolen vehicle.
A screenshot of a map of the location of the crimes can be viewed and more detailed information is available at crimemapping.com.
For more detailed reporting on significant crimes in Woodland Hills check out our Police and Fire section.