Criminal activity has dropped overall by 7.38 percent during the past year in Agoura Hills, according to a new report published by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Between 2011 and 2012, 251 incidents ranging from burglary to larceny and other "part one" crimes, which encompass thefts and violent crimes, were reported to the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station.
There were 271 reported incidents the year before, according to the report.
In the last 12 months, larceny and burglary were the most frequently reported crimes, the findings read.
In Agoura, forcible rape and grand theft auto rose a whopping 100 and 33.39 percent, respectively.
In other part one crimes, two cases of arson and 10 cases of aggravated assault were also reported during the past year in Agoura Hills, according to the report.
No murders took place in the community, the report said.
Neighboring Westlake Village's saw a 349.59 percent increase in grand theft auto.
Agoura Hills is patrolled by Malibu/Lost Hills sheriff's deputies. Other cities include Malibu, Hidden Hills, Calabasas, Westlake Village and parts of unincorporated Los Angeles County.
Crime rates dropped in all patrolled communities except for Westlake Village, which had a 9.92 percent increase, the Sheriff's Department reported.
Overall, the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff's Station saw an 8.5 percent decrease in crime, according to the report.