Large Turnout at the Neighborhood Watch Meeting Following Weekend Burglary
Posted Thursday, September 19, 2019 - 6:25 pm
By Sandra Sims
An impromptu Neighborhood Watch Meeting took place on Sept. 16 at the City Hall Council Chambers. The Courier was in attendance at the meeting, in which a capacity crowd of concerned residents gathered following a residential burglary that temporarily shut down Rodeo Drive on Sept. 15.
The Neighborhood Watch meeting was hosted by Beverly Hills residents Sharona Nazarian (current chair of the Commission on Alcohol and Other Drugs in Los Angeles County) and her husband Daniel Nazarian (current Vice Chair of the Beverly Hills Health and Safety Commission).
In addition to residents, members of the City Council, the Mayor, City Attorney, City Manager, Police Chief Sandra Spagnoli and a handful of additional officers from the Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) were in attendance.
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