Police Files

Sherman Oaks couple has a bad night visiting Laguna

Police emergency dispatch received a 9-1-1 call at 1:38 a.m. Saturday from a hotel guest in the 1400 block of S. Coast Hwy. According to the police log, the caller said a woman in the next room was yelling, “Let me out! Help me! Stop!”

Officers responded and arrested Mohammad Jamaal Hussein, 29, of Sherman Oaks for felony domestic battery against the female who had been screaming, with bail of $50,000.

Paramedics treated her for her injuries.

The victim, Aisha Emma Mitrea, 26, Sherman Oaks, ended up under arrest for a felony warrant from the LAPD with two charges of perjury, identity theft and false personation as another real person in a court proceeding with criminal charges.

Bail on the warrant was $150,000.

The couple in this Prius threw away the stereotypes

Toyota has a TV commercial you may have seen where cops are pursuing four suspects in a Prius on city streets. The dispatcher mocks the cop who radios that the Prius is going pretty fast.

If Toyota wants a true crime story for additional images to change the stereotypical Prius driver – an environmentally conscious “thinking” person – they might consider the results of a traffic stop made in the 300 block of Cliff Drive at a little past 11 o’clock Friday night. 

The Prius was pulled over after the officer saw it on the wrong side of the yellow stripes and running a red light.

Sgt. Tim Kleiser of the LBPD fills in the rest… 

“The officer spoke to the driver and learned that he had an active restraining order against him with the woman passenger in the car. She also had a restraining order against her – from him. 

“The officers searched the car and found a bag of methamphetamine and an eighteen-inch long baton.” 

Michael Hadipour, 54 from Escondido, was arrested for violation of a protective order, possession of a baton, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors. 

Roya Kazemzadeh, 48, Rancho Santa Margarita, was taken to jail for violation of a protective order and possession of a controlled substance, also misdemeanors.

Bail for both was $16,000.