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Not So Free Wheelin’

Wednesday, March 24, 2:35 p.m. Officers went to the 1400 block of Alley Three because there had been a report of assault and battery. Upon arrival, the officers spoke to a 71-year-old man. This man told the cops that he had been wheeling through the alley in his wheelchair when another guy started yelling at him. In the yelling, he was informing the wheelchair bound man that he was under no circumstances to wheel near his “stuff.” The wheelchair bound man kept on rolling along the alley, but this other guy ran up to him and punched him in the face. Then he made a number of (unsuccessful) attempts to forcibly remove him from his conveyance (perhaps the wheelchair had gone a touch too close to the “stuff?”). The guy then left. The cops rolled into action and found this strange scoundrel a short distance away. He was arrested for crimes against elder individual. His bail is $50,000.00.

Carte Blanche?

On Thursday, March 25, at 9:30 p.m. officers were performing their routine patrol of the recycling center located in the 2400 block of Delaware when they noticed a man who was pushing a Trader Joe’s shopping cart (in violation of a business and profession code), so they spoke with him about this. This guy responded by giving his name (rank and number?), but no other information. The suspect then requested that the officers arrest him, and the cops, perhaps not believing their luck, duly obliged. He was thus carted off to jail for possession of a shopping cart, obstruction of police business and two warrants. His bail is $25,110.00.

He’s Buying The Stare Way To Jail

Friday, March 26, 9:15 p.m. Officers went to the Coffee Bean located on the 800 block of Wilshire Boulevard, not to enjoy a latte, but to investigate an assault. When they got there, the victim (a woman) told them that she had been sitting next to the fire pit with her dog when this guy came up to them. Her dog, possibly displaying some kind of canine intuition, began to bark at this person, to which this person became heated (the fire pit can get quite warm, apparently). He then threatened to assault the dog, as well as the woman. The suspect then went to the parking lot and began staring at the dog. That was enough for this woman, so she summoned the cops, and the cops came. The cops located this staring individual a short distance away, and arrested him for criminal threats, assault and violation of parole. He was not eligible for bail.

All Choked Up

Saturday, March 27, 2:30 a.m. Officers received a report about an assault with a deadly weapon that had occurred in the area of 15th Street and California Avenue. When they arrived they discovered that a man and a woman were in a dating relationship, and had been drinking in a bar. Then traveled to their vehicle, the woman stated that she wanted something to eat, so she began to walk away, holding a book (to read?) and the keys to the car. The man, found this to be either the first, or the last straw. He made a decision that he had no choice but to choke this woman for either deciding that she wanted something to eat, walking away, holding the book and car keys, or all three. This man, aged 34, of West Hollywood, was was arrested for inflicting corporal injury on a person involved in a dating relationship. His bail is $50,000.00.


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