Was Workman Comp Worker Arrested for Pulling a Job?

Was Workman Comp Worker Arrested for Pulling a Job?

INGLEWOOD, CA—What does one do if one’s worker compensation case worker is arrested for pulling burglary jobs?

Harry Carter, 50, was arrested by Inglewood Police Department (IPD) officers on Wednesday, July 16 at approximately 12:30 p.m. IPD officers apprehended him along the 700 block of South Date Street in Alhambra, California. The residential street is approximately 20 miles from Inglewood Police Department’s headquarters.

Carter’s address is along the 700 block of South Date Street in Alhambra.

He was charged with inflicting corporal injury (273.5(A)PC), grand theft (487(C)PC) and damage of telephone/power (591PC). He apparently and warrants for similar charges: annoying telephone calls (653M(Z)PC), vandalism of $5,000 or more (594(A)PC) and burglary (459PC).

The telephone and vandalism warrants were courtesy of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the burglary charge came from Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

Bail was set at a cumulative $155,000.

It was unknown if he was allowed to telephone out to make bail or if he vandalized the jail pay phone.

Was Workman Comp Worker Arrested for Pulling a Job? was last modified: July 25th, 2014 by admin
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