COYOTE ALERT! Coyote Attack near Studios! Add Your Sightings and Photos Here!

Post your latest coyote or critter sightings below and help save your pets, and those of your neighbors.

You can help warn locals about this threat to your pets by posting your wildlife sightings and warnings here under COMMENTS. Below are the land approximate areas, and we will post them on the maps, too. If you take photos or video, please post them in the blog or announcement area under BOARDS.

 You can call Los Angeles Animal Services when you spot a coyote, but have relevant information on hand when they call in. ( for the checklist.) East Valley Care & Control: (More Information) Serves Studio City.
14409 Vanowen St, Van Nuys CA 91405 888-4LAPET1 or 888-452-7381 The state  Department of Fish and Game, can also be contacted. Also, contact LAPD Senior Lead Officer Mike Lewis at 31575@lapd.lacity.org.

How to Coexist With Coyotes 
See: Earlier COYOTE ALERTS in the area in 2011 by clicking here.  

Latest Coyote Sightings . . . 

10 p.m.  Aug. 17, 2013 "Saw one at Hartsook and Whitsett.. I locked my animals inside for the night.. but was thinking about the day too. This is out of control." —Laura W.

6 a.m Aug. 13, 2013
 "I just spotted aother coyote at 6 a.m. while walking my dogs. He was in the street at the corner of Sunnyslope Ave. And Moorpark Street in Sherman Oaks. In this same area, I saw a lot of black and white fur on the ground, two days ago. It looked like dog fur. I would imagine it was a coyote attack."—Ev

Thursday, May 16, 2013
There was a half eaten black cat on the lawn next door last week. Hoffman Street very close to CBS Radford. It must have been the work of a coyote.

 11 p.m on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012 "We live on Libbit Ave right in front of the dog park and the coyotes are here EVERYDAY 24/7. They have no preference of hour and have no fear of humans or our animals. The freeway and street traffic do not bother them. They follow you closely when you walk and will attack if they feel they can get a meal. We watch them jump 7ft fences with spikes on top with out having a running start." 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012 Coyote Sighted in Valley Glen in Hillviewpark Estates. It was sighted west of Fulton and north of Burbank. We were driving in a car at around 8:00 am therefore it had been light out for several hours and many people walk in that neighborhood each morning and he was just standing watching. There were some people walking around and while coyotes are generally afraid of humans, this coyote was just watching everything.—Clea M. 8 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012 2 coyotes were in our backyard today, Sunday, August 19th at around 8am. They were lounging in the shade and snooping in the vegetable garden. 
They came back while we were at church and were in the shade by the pool we when got home at about 1pm. We chased them away with a bat and they jumped our back fence, heading east on Hazeltine, about 2 blocks South of Ventura Blvd. They had eaten some tomato fertilizer from a container near the garden. Not sure if that will make them sick. I have to check with the manufacturer as the container was destroyed.—Susan Pitts 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012 "Saw a COYOTE right across the St. from my gate on --"HAYVENHURST AVE BETWEEN VENTURA & LIBBIT"--. (the 4600 block of Hayvenhurst). CAREFUL!! SPECIALLY FOR PEOPLE LIKE ME THAT TAKE WALKS AT NIGHT WITH MY DOG OR WITHOUT." 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012 Another, or the same one, at Mulholland, southside and Coldwater. See the photo I put up, it's dark, though— J. Sebring Noon on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012 Near Coldwater Canyon and Mulholland, southside, Studio City side, went in to TreePeople to tell them, they were near the parking lot, two, looking real scrawny, like the picture. — J. Sebring 9 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012 Near top of Mulholland at Woodrow Wilson Dr., a large deer and then coyote following it. Can't believe it, but I bet the deer is food now.—James Pierson 10:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012 Kling and Morse in Sherman Oaks, cats missing, coyotes seen in area. Karen M 1:15 pm on Monday, July 30, 2012 Another COYOTE Alert in Sherman Oaks, west of Woodman, south of Magnolia. On about July 20th a cat was killed south of MAGNOLIA on RANCHITO (between Hartsook and Otsego). It was let outside after midnight. At 7 AM on July 30 a coyote was spotted in the same area on Ranchito loping through front yards. Someone following it by car states that it cut east through an alley from RANCHITO (south of Magnolia, north of Hartsook) ending up at HARTSOOK on MATILIJA. It turned south on Matilija then east on Addison to WOODMAN. It crossed through traffic at Woodman and disappeared into bushes east of Woodman on Addison. Cats that are outdoors (including the homeless who cannot be brought inside) are in danger in this area, even at 7 AM. Thursday, July 19, Midnight Near Campo and South Weddington Park "It was just near midnight and I was driving south on Cahuenga and just passing the near Universal Studios and there was a coyote sauntering alongside. I honked and tried to chase it away and I followed it for aawhile because it was going into the Isalnds residential area and I didn't want to be responsible for that, but no, it went right into the park, near the freeway."—Jake Summers Tuesday, July 17, 11 a.m. Radford Street underpass 101 "Just near the freeway offramp I thought it was a dog that might be hurt because it was in the bushes and near the traffic, but it was a coyote all right, with shiny eyes. They're not usually out in the daylight like that."—Carole Convey Thursday, July 12, 1 a.m. Barham and Cahuenga "A coyote crossing the middle of the intersection. It reminded me of that Tom Cruise movie,  I can't remember, with the coyote walking down Ventura."—Steve Zine Wednesday, July 11, 11:30 a.m. Fryman Canyon Park "Just outside the entrance of the park, he was howling. Thought it was hurt at first, but when I saw him he went scrambling." —James Perry Sunday, July 8, 9 a.m. Oakwood Apartments, Barham Blvd. "We have seen a large coyote roaming the street, I didn't know they got that big. And also there was seen a mountain lion in the hills by a number of people." —Janice McL Saturday, July 7, 10 p.m. Riverton, North of Camarillo "Neighbors have spotted a pair of coyotes on Riverton, North of Camarillo, South of Magnolia, in between Vineland and Cahuenga within the past 1-2 months hanging out on the side lawn off closest to Otsego and Hesby. And I have seen a coyote do the zigzag pattern into the driveways on our street about 2 years ago in the middle of the day, but for the most part, they don't seem to be around here too much. We have a larger raccoon problem, they are very aggressive."—Melinda L. Van Vleck Saturday, July 7, 11 a.m. Studio City Hills We moved to SC over three years ago. We are near the top of a hill that backs up onto open public land and we see all kinds of wildlife on a daily basis: Deer, coyotes, skunks, foxes, owls, hawks, rattlers, bobcats, prairie dogs, quail, rabbits, squirrels (as well as various rodents), but with a big fence and two protective dogs we love it! (Except for the time a Coyote was trying to lure our little dog out by getting in the "puppy crouch." They show up once or twice a month. I'll upload a few pics.—MRL
Sunday, July 1, 1 a.m. Coy Drive north of Valley Vista Large coyote, dog-sized. Perhaps the same as this sighting: "I saw a coyote on Wednesday morning at 5:55 am, June 20th on Coy Drive north of Valley Vista. He was walking in the middle of the street and escaped under a metal gate into someone's driveway." Tuesday, June 26, La Maida between Mammoth Sherman Oaks, another Coyote attack in the same area (just off Woodman) as the post for May 24th. On JUNE 21 a white cat was killed on the South side of La Maida between Mammoth and Matilija - the third cat in four weeks.
Saturday, June 23, 11:20 a.m. Cahuenga Pass "Saw one coming up Woodrow Wilson not far from the little school there."—H.B. Weston Friday, June 22, 5 p.m., Deervale Drive  writes "Twice this month coyote sighting on our property. Today, June 22nd young coyote came up to our living room window @ 5PM. Location: 4000 block of Deervale Drive, Sherman Oaks." Saturday, June 24, 11 p.m. Valleyheart Drive Two were seen late tonight walking along the river going East and because it was a bit dark, it was a bit frightening. Manny Weiglutz Wednesday, June 20, 5:55 a.m. Coy Drive @ Valley Vista I saw a coyote on Wednesday morning at 5:55 am, June 20th on Coy Drive north of Valley Vista. He was walking in the middle of the street and escaped under a metal gate into someone's driveway.—Anne Friel Friday, June 8, 10 p.m., Magnolia and Vineland  This was at just south of magnolia, east of vineland. Thursday, June 7, 4 p.m., Trader's near Carpenter Was walking my little Pomeranian Torry on the hill near Carpenter Elementary School and looking down and saw on the hill a coyote foraging behind the Trader Joe's I tried to throw rocks at it, but couldn't imagine where it would go because there's just the parking lot. Thank goodness the kids had all dispersed by then.— Thursday, June 7, 2:58 a.m. COYOTE- On TOBIAS btw MOORPARK/HORTESE off VENTURA/ VAN NUYS. Cat parts on various lawns. Raccoons spotted too.—T.L. Thursday, June 7, 9:30 a.m. Coyote at Moorpark and Allott— Ev Tuesday, June 5, 7:30 p.m. "Funny that some people mentioned Arch Drive, I was out walking about half an hour ago, about 7:30 and there was a coyote at around 4200 block of Arch and I hooted at it, and it went in between the buildings and into the L.A. River area." —Jamie B. Tuesday, May 29, 6 p.m. "Just crossing Barham in crazy-busy traffic, heading up through Oakwood Apts! Thought it was a dog!!!"—Brenda Faylitz Tuesday, May 29, 6:30 a.m. "My cat got bitten by a young coyote at 6:30 a.m. May 29 on Valley Vista, near Murietta. Two weeks ago, there was a raccoon walking on the sidewalk next to Trader Joes on Riverside about 9 p.m."—Doug Thursday, May 24, 1 a.m Two cats in the Weddington Park area have signs up that they're missing, different homes, but recently. Saw three big coyotes this morning just after midnight.—Johnny Simpson Saw a coyote walking down the middle of Cantura Street, from Vantage to Laurel Grove, on Saturday, May 12 at around 11:30 at night. Use your heads and keep your animals inside until you are able to be there to walk them and keep an eye on them, even in your fenced in backyards. It is too much of a heartbreak to have them "missing."—     Wednesday, May 23,  Sherman Oaks Coyote attack! A black and white cat was killed early AM on Thursday May 24 on Mammoth Avenue (a block West of Woodman) at the corner of La Maida (a block North of Riverside). Several cats were killed in this area last year (between April and September) and they are back. Please bring cats indoors at least at night— 
Tuesday, May 22, 6:15 a.m. "Full grown female coyote walking down Kling St. at Atoll 6:15 am today. Keep little dogs and kids at home."—Vince Dwyer Thursday, May 18, 9:30 p.m. "I'm hearing a coyote howl in the hills–I live off Wrightwood, close to Mulholland." —Carl Richards   Wednesday, May 17, 9 a.m. "I saw one this morning around 9 just beyond the property fence of our back yard. That would have put him/her between Laurelwood Drive and Picturesque. My fiancé thought it was a small one. The coyote looked right at us and our English Bulldog and went about his business walking east. Even though we were about 30 yards away on our back deck, our presence didn't faze him one bit!"
Wednesday, May 16, 11:00 a.m. "Couldn't believe it, just after my morning jog, did my walking stint at Ethel where it connects to Longridge and there was a mangey hot & sweaty coyote just mozying down the middle of the street like he owned the road. Another jogger laughed and tried to take a pic with his cellphone, but then he took off into someone's side yard. I tried to follow it, but didn't want to corner it. Never saw one in the daytime like that. Must've been hungry."—Randy Schwartz, a longtime resident   Friday, May 11, 8 p.m.  "I saw a coyote on my front lawn near Ethel/Kling twice last week - once @8PM the other time around 11PM. possibly the same one that Karen N. saw (although a different night). he sat there for a few minutes before moving on and wasn't phased by nearby cars or a porch light."—JT   Wednesday, May 2, 11:30 a.m. "Mike!!! Big deer! Big deer, wow, I got a photo of one, posted nicely. Tall, but no coyotes. I posted it on the coyote alert because I saw the rabbits, is that OK? About 11:30 going up Mulholland at Willowcrest." —Simon   Wednesday, May 2, 9:00 a.m. "I wasn't going to say anything, but I've been seeing a lot more bunnies and deer out there lately, so it makes sense that the predators are on their way too. Pull in your cats and little dogs."—Rich Addams   Wednesday, May 2, 6:30 a.m. "Heard rustling around my garbage as I was getting in the car for work about 6:30 and saw a coyote trying to knock over the big black containers. I live up the hill from Carpenter so I left a message to warn the school."—T. George   Tuesday, May 1, 11:52 a.m. "Coyote on my property last night at Libbit and Bertella in Encino. My property has over 6' high wrought iron spiked fence and brick walls. They shouldn't be able to get in but somehow this guy did. Caught him on a surveillance camera." —   Monday, March 5, 12:30 p.m. "I saw him too, just at noon, right out there near the freeway, there must be a nest there, it was on the west side of the freeway, across from Weddington Park, where there are known coyote nests." — Leon Cantrell Sunday, March 4 @6:30 p.m. "Just at sundown in the back part of Woodbridge Park behind the school I followed one that I thought was a stray shepherd and it went to the area near the freeway. This is frightening. I've posted three times and the cat killed neartby. It is extremely frustrating that local animal control and wild life authorities will not take this problem seriously until a child or adult is injured or killed."—Shana Andress Friday, March 2 @ 8:11 p.m. "This whole reporting coyotes thing is kind of silly. We live in a mountain area with tons of wildlife. I live in the hills above Sherman Oaks and I see coyotes all the time. I also see squirrels, raccoons, opossums, great horned owls, hawks, and bobcats. If you don't want your pets eaten, keep them inside. Don't leave food outside and take care of your trash. It's that simple. Be smart about it. This whole "report your coyote sightings" is just getting people riled up and freaked out over nothing. If coyotes are your biggest concern living in LA, then you have a pretty blessed life."—Barbara
Friday, March 2 @ 8 p.m. "We walk nearly daily before breakfast in Franklin Canyon. This morning my daughter, alone with dog, was warned of coyotes by other walkers, so they were on increased 'look out'. They did see 5 coyote today, whereas occasionally it has been one or two. Our thought is that lack of rain is making wildlife more visible. So we need to keep our animals and children near us, because in coyote-eyes, two together decreases the likelihood of attack...particularly when connected with leash, in the case of a dog.....or carried, in the case of a cat or small child."—Irene Gibson Friday, March 2 @ 7:15 p.m. "Coyote sighting! 7pm on Petit, one block north of Ventura Blvd."—Nancy Rubin Thursday, March 1 @ 8 a.m. Sue Kupcinet: "There are more and more coyotes north of the Boulevard between White Oak and Balboa. Many of us can no longer walk our dogs and many of us have lost our pets to the coyotes. We need to get together and try to solve this problem. It has changed our lives! The city ignores us and refuses to help. Any good suggestions out there to help solve the problem?" Wednesday, Feb. 29 @ 6:30 a.m. At 6.30am Wednesday 2/29 on Sunshine Terrace right near Fruitland.—Alex Goldstone Tuesday, Feb.28 @ 7 a.m. 7am @ the intersction of Valley Spring Lane and Bakman Ave, near Woodbridge Park; lone coyote wandering the neighbor, was able to jump a four ft. fence with no problem; second time in 6 weeks that I saw one at this location—Doug K. Monday, Feb. 27 @ 11 p.m. Just wanted to let folks know I saw 1-2 coyotes on Bluffside tonight.  Brave too - curious enough to come towards me and Tommy Boy until I turned on the flashlight and made some noise. Just thought I'd make a mention for those that have small doggies/cats.  Tommy boy wanted to eat the coyote but I fear it may be the other way around if a smaller dog or cat is around.Keeping an eye out. Tuesday, Feb. 22 @ 10 a.m. "Two large coyotes at corner of Laurelgrove and Otsego. One began to stalk our Golden Retriever (not a small dog by any means!), while another waited nearby. Boyfriend chased them both away. Reported it to Animal Control, but was surprised when they didn't even ask for an address to check it out."—Kay Monday, Feb. 21 @ 7:30 a.m. I was out walking my 9 lb. dog and ran into acoyote on the corner of St. Clair and Woodbridge.  Tried yelling to scare it off, but it just stood there waiting for me to put my dog back down on the ground.  Not sure what to do, I stuffed her inside my sweatshirt and quickly made my way up to a neighbor's door.  The coyote finally moved on, trotting right down the middle of Woodbridge - not the least bit scared of people or passing cars.  —Tracey Thomson Saturday, Feb. 18 @ 5:30 a.m "Swear to God, I saw this exact reddish coyote on Arch Drive crossing between the apartments to the river just before dawn."—Sara Barnett Thursday, Feb. 16 @ 10:44 p.m. Crossing Acama Street near .—Carlton Smith Wednesday, Feb. 15 @ 11 p.m. Photo of coyote taken Valleyheart and Ethel. 2/14 11PM Watch you pets!—Chris Lucibello
Saturday, Jan. 7 @ 9:30 p.m. "Our very brave old dog Rudy fought off a coyote Saturday night. We thought he was in, but the coyote jumped the fence (about 5 feet) and attacked this 12-year-old fighter who snarled back. 12 stitches later, he is okay and mending, if not a little rattled." (See Video above) — Mark Stephenson

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A. Abrams September 16, 2012 at 04:38 PM
Really, really fast?
Carol Thomas September 16, 2012 at 05:49 PM
One tall thin coyote seen north and south of Burbank Blvd, between Woodman and Hazeltine Avenues, week of September 10 -- sometimes morning, sometimes early evening but it's always 'light' outside. He saunters down the middle of each street even when people are out and about with kids, dogs, bikes, you name it. Was seen on: Matilija, Cantaloupe, Ranchito, Costello, etc. As stated this is near Burbank Blvd. and NORTH of it. They are on the move deeper into the Valley and away from hills. I think it's time to start taking action. Enough of this 'coexist' garbage; these are predators and jump tall fences and attack small animals and sometimes people!
Autumn September 16, 2012 at 11:14 PM
To A. Abrams Hesby is East of Fulton, South of Magnolia. Cross street was Ethel.
A. Abrams September 16, 2012 at 11:50 PM
Wow...that's by us - haven't seen them yet - what time(s) of day have they been sighted? I saw coyotes at my mom's in Woodland Hills last summer multiple times, but never here. Maybe all the activity with the filming down the street scared Wile E. and his friends away for a while...
Autumn September 17, 2012 at 01:41 AM
I was walking my dog at 6 am when it ran by us. It stayed in the area as I saw it again near Chase Knolls. As a pet owner it is necessary to be protective. Tired of seeing dead cats.
Aya Trickysword September 17, 2012 at 03:14 AM
I know they're scary, but they're also kind of beautiful, too...
Irene Gibson September 17, 2012 at 04:07 PM
Poor things! No air conditioning for them......and scarce food and water in this dreadful, unrelenting HEAT!
Autumn September 17, 2012 at 06:17 PM
anne friel September 19, 2012 at 04:17 AM
they live in the hills in Sherman Oaks. they can (and do) travel into the surrounding area for several miles each day.
beth hilton September 19, 2012 at 04:52 PM
Three coyotes together, howling, at 3:30 a.m. on corner of Laurel Canyon/Sunshine Terrace on Sunday, and, one coyote inside courtyard of apartment building on Laurelwood near Carpenter at 8 a.m. (!) on Sunday. Many people think their cats are safe to go out by 7:30 a.m....no longer true!
Sage September 19, 2012 at 07:17 PM
There has been a Coyote in my Sherman Oaks neighborhood just west of Woodman and south of Magnolia all morning. First spotted at 8:30 am, it's now 12:15 pm and he/she is still here. The streets are Mammoth, Matilija, Stern and Ranchito mostly north of Addison and south of Hartsook. Small, young, very timid and light brown in color it does not seem to be aggressive but people planning to walk dogs or small children should be aware that it's here in the middle of the day. Hopefully any outdoor cats are out of sight. It's just run by my house again as I'm writing this.
Ron Corcillo September 19, 2012 at 07:34 PM
You might want to call Animal Control, Wildlife Waystation (in Tujunga Canyon) or California Wildlife Center (in Mailbu). It sounds like this coyote is lost or orphaned and should be relocated.
Autumn September 19, 2012 at 07:50 PM
For these people with cats: if you have respect and love for your pet you will not take chances by letting them out. There are no second chances - we have coyotes at all hours. Your cat doesn't know better and when you adopted, found or purchased that pet you committed to keeping them safe - I am so sick of hearing people say my cat is sad when it can't go outside.... Coyotes are fast and often its a cruel, messy death. Don't let it happen to your pets!!!!
A. Abrams September 19, 2012 at 09:46 PM
@Ron Corcillo - when I called Animal Control about the coyote sitting on my parents' lawn in Woodland Hills at 1PM, the woman basically laughed at me and said "oh, honey, we don't come out for coyote calls..just make a lot of noise and it'll go away..."
Sylvia Avey September 26, 2012 at 02:10 PM
September 26, 2012 6:45am - Lone coyote looking for food in the 4500 block of Farmdale. Came face to face with him moments later in the 4400 block of Camellia. Husband and I were walking our dog. As we've been told to do...my husband went ahead of me and started flailing his arms and hissing at him. The coyote hightailed it in the other direction. Phew!
Irene Gibson September 26, 2012 at 07:16 PM
Good Job! Exactly what we're told to do, and you've proved that it works. Thanks ;))
TJ November 03, 2012 at 06:03 PM
Our 7 month puppy was just snatched out of our backyard about two hours ago. We saw the coyote running away with him and ran after him - but to no avail. We are devestated. This is on Sunshine Terrace near Carpenter.
Autumn November 03, 2012 at 08:45 PM
TJ Words can't express how sorry I am for your loss.
Autumn November 03, 2012 at 08:57 PM
Coyotes are an issue and not just in the hills. Police and animal control are of no help as they are considered "protected". I do not feel as such and will react as such if one is on or near my property.
Irene Gibson November 03, 2012 at 09:11 PM
So important to watch our beloved pets and children when they are outdoors. Click here for a comprehensive story about what to do about coyotes. If this doesn't work, you will find it in the beginning of this article at the end of the 3rd paragraph. Excellent recommendations we all must heed. Important to 'coexist'......much better for all concerned.
Irene DeBlasio November 04, 2012 at 02:42 PM
@Skippy He's back! I went down my driveway at 6:30 to pick up the newspapers and he was waiting for me. He looks middle-aged now, healthy, browner in color than I remembered. In any case, I beat him to the newspapers and walked backwards up my driveway. He stood still and watched me, then continued walking down the middle of the street heading east on Sarah Street toward Beeman -- probably going to stop at the park for a picnic breakfast or snack.
Rich Addams November 05, 2012 at 07:36 PM
This is the most depressing story I've ever read about the puppy. It's time to take things into our own hands and rid this blight from our neighborhoods. Coyotes don't belong in STUDIO CITY!!!!
Jean Kline November 09, 2012 at 04:22 PM
We live in the Fryman Canyon area right down from the Donas. We hear numerous packs of coyotes every night. Two weeks ago we saw three very large, very healthy coyotes within 50 feet of our house. I am hoping the young deer that we kept seeing a month ago made it to safety. These coyotes, who are definitively not scared of us, look fat and healthy - at first I thought one of them was a dog. That is how there appearance has changed over the last two deacdes - they now look groomed. Over the last 22 years they keep multipling and the land shrinks. Supposedly they self-regulate so they don't want to move any away because more would be born. Is there any solution, or do we only have this forum to air our continuous interactions with them? How many pets have to die? Yes, I also lost a pet 11 years ago due to a coyote attack at 8:45 am. What can be done?.
Irene Gibson November 09, 2012 at 05:11 PM
Be responsible. Study up on how to Co-exist!
Autumn November 09, 2012 at 10:39 PM
Really? I don't live in or near the hills .. I will protect my pets and property however I deem necessary.
Jayne Feiner December 07, 2012 at 02:25 AM
Thursday evening 6:20 3 coyotes on Berry Drive at Laurie Place
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Gail Schneider October 08, 2013 at 12:52 PM
On Huston between Colfax & Irvine, there is a small pack and they have taken 3 cats this week and a dog. Unfortunately, until I began walking around and talking to neighbors, I was unaware they were this far down from Studio City area, but I understand they are hungry. I am heartbroken that one of the cats was my MeeMoo at 6 am Friday am. Hope this helps someone protect their pet
Dennis Mattai December 08, 2013 at 09:58 PM
Just saw a coyote on Serrano south of Sunset around 6 p.m.it eas headed north toward Griffith. Hope it makes it across Sunset and Hollywood...
Autumn December 09, 2013 at 04:05 AM
Hope it doesn't


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