Sheriffs seeking man in attack

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Authorities from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are appealing to the public for assistance in locating a suspect involved in the assault of a pedestrian in West Hollywood during the early hours of last week.

The incident occurred on February 15, around 1:20 a.m., on the 7300 block of Santa Monica Boulevard. According to officials, the victim was confronted and then physically assaulted by two individuals following a brief verbal altercation.

Law enforcement has successfully apprehended one of the suspects but is actively seeking information to capture the second involved party.

The suspect at large is described as a male, aged between 30 and 40, approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall, and weighing around 190 pounds. Surveillance footage released by the deputies captured the moments before the assault, showing the suspects walking a dog, equipped with flashlights, just before encountering the victim.

The confrontation quickly escalated from a verbal dispute to a physical attack.

@wehoonlineWe are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect involved in an assault with a deadly weapon on Feb 15 in West Hollywood. For more details and to view incident video, please visit website listed below.♬ original sound WEHOonline

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Morty
Morty
1 month ago

This guy must be removed from our streets and locked up. We have too many of these violent people in West Hollywood. Lock him up!

JF1
JF1
1 month ago

I guess Annie Jump finally found that zipper the rest of us were hoping she’d find someday….to zip that big mouth of hers shut. For the first time she’s not speaking (or ranting). She knows who she was walking with that night and assaulted that security ambassador…but she ain’t talking. We can only hope that the not talking remains a long term affliction of hers. Please God.

Last edited 1 month ago by JF1
Dan Harrington-Tyrell
Dan Harrington-Tyrell
1 month ago

I would hope that her trans siblings or her family can intervene and find her psychiatric help that she desperately needs as well as the legal help that she needs so that she can become a better person. That’s what is needed

Bastian
Bastian
1 month ago

One can hope the judge will consider Annie’s refusal to cooperate with law enforcement in providing the identify of her accomplice at sentencing.

BloodshotEyedGuy
BloodshotEyedGuy
1 month ago

Why can’t the other man who helped with the assault name his accomplice and help keep the public safe? If I was to go by the media, I’d assume all transgender people are angels sent from Heaven. So, why is he remaining silent?

Singleguywh
Singleguywh
1 month ago

Heyyyyyy … don’t misgender Annie!! Just because her booking record says she’s 6’, 180 lbs doesn’t mean she’s not a woman!

Cy Husain
1 month ago
Reply to  Singleguywh

Also there are plenty of cis gender Women with booking records that show them to be significantly larger than that, just visit South LA if you need proof❗😲

WeHo Mary!
WeHo Mary!
1 month ago
Reply to  Cy Husain

Can you elaborate? Why South L.A. in particular?

Cy Husain
1 month ago
Reply to  WeHo Mary!

I know some Women from there who are well over 6′ tall and 180 lbs who are routinely getting booked.

Cy Husain
1 month ago

They have a 5th Amendment right to remain silent and given their Sixth Amendment right to have an attorney, they have likely been advised to say as little as possible considering it can be used against them. The mainstream media I’ve seen has ONLY represented Transgender People as evil child groomer sexual predators with a set goal of sticking that on any & all LGBTQ+ people shortly after Trans People have been successfully dehumanized in the perception of the American General Public.

Last edited 1 month ago by Cy Husain
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