Arevalo sidestepped any criticism of the Sheriff's Department when it came to classifying the crime and notifying City Hall. "What I don't want to do at this stage is spend time and money on issues that may or may not exist," he said. "This community, they deserve the best service possible -- a 'B' is not good enough. I want 'A+' service."
It's painfully obvious to Arevalo and most everyone else that West Hollywood should be the last place to mishandle a hate crime.