Woodland Hills
Assault Turns Out To Be False Alarm Crime
By Camille Sarabia
Jun 26, 2013 - 10:21:12 PM

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Los Angeles Police Department in the Topanga Division
WOODLAND HILLS—A false 911 call on June 20 brought officers out to respond to the call. The incident occurred at 21800 Saticoy Street where the police received information that gunshots were heard at this site. 

 

A man made a call to the police late Thursday night saying that an assault was occurring with another man who was arguing with his neighbor over a parking spot.  The caller called at around 11 p.m. and reported that the assault included a deadly weapon.  When the police reached the scene, no proof of what was said existed.  The report turned out to be false.  

 

Police closed down Saticoy Street and Topanga Canyon Boulevard until 3 a.m. Friday morning.  

 

Police investigated and discovered that the supposed gun weapon was indeed a BB gun and produced no real harm.  They concluded that this call didn’t produce a threat, so no one was hurt and no one was arrested.  For extra precautions, the police are still investigating the area to make sure no real crime occurred.



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