LA mayor’s home broken into while it was occupied, suspect in custody

A suspect who broke into the home of Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass early Sunday morning has been arrested.

According to the Los Angeles Police Department, at around 6:40 a.m., someone broke a window into the Getty House while people were inside.

The Getty House is Bass’ official residence, located on South Irving Boulevard in Windsor Square, about eight miles west of Los Angeles City Hall.

When officers arrived, they arrested the suspect without incident.

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A suspect who broke into Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass’s official residence, the Getty House, on Sunday morning has been arrested. (Google Maps)

Police also announced that no one was injured in the incident, adding that an investigation is ongoing.

The incident comes as crime continues to rise as the Los Angeles District Attorney takes a softer stance on crime in the courts.

Karen Bass in a red jacket

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass’ home was broken into on Sunday morning. (Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

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Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon has barred prosecutors from pursuing higher penalties against gang members.

District Attorney George Gascón speaks to the media wearing a navy blue suit and dark tie.

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon is running for re-election amid intense criticism and concern about crime. (Hans Gutknecht/MediaNews Group/Los Angeles Daily News via Getty Images)


As the county’s top prosecutor, Gascón has been criticized by many opponents and law enforcement officials since taking office in 2020, including banning prosecutors from attending parole hearings, pushing for zero-cash bail, and working to end It also enacted a series of criminal justice directives that have attracted scorn. Juveniles are prosecuted in the same way as adults, even for violent crimes.

Louis Casiano of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.