FEUER CONTINUES CRACKDOWN ON NARCOTICS DENS WITH ABATEMENT LAWSUITS AGAINST TWO VENICE PROPERTIES

Updated: Feb 13

LOS ANGELES – City Attorney Mike Feuer today announced that his office has filed two narcotics abatement lawsuits against the owners of two narcotics plagued properties in the Venice community. The lawsuits are part of a continued crackdown by City Attorney Feuer and law enforcement on narcotics and crime magnet properties across Los Angeles including two lawsuits filed against properties in Hollywood and South Los Angeles last month. "We allege that for too long, these properties have been epicenters of drug-related crime that threatens the safety and quality of life of neighboring families," said Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer. "Enough is enough. My office will continue to fight to rid our neighborhoods of serious nuisances that can drag down entire communities."

Narcotics and public nuisance abatement lawsuits have been filed against Cheryl Sugasawara Oyenoki the owner of a property located at 12950 Admiral Avenue, her boyfriend Christopher Menefee, and Alberta Lynch the owner of a property at 923 Sunset Avenue, as well as her adult son James Lynch.

The Admiral Avenue property is a single family home located in a quiet neighborhood in Los Angeles approximately one half mile from Short Avenue Elementary School and Marina Del Rey Middle School, and three houses away from Glen Alla Park. The property has been repeat