Hawthorne Woman Gets Arrested for Handful of Warrants

Hawthorne Woman Gets Arrested for Handful of Warrants

HAWTHORNE, CA—There’s no place like home–especially when that is the first place police look when picking up people for a handful of outstanding warrants.

Lois Sharrell Pearson, 33, was arrested by Hawthorne police officers on Thursday, August 14 at approximately 5:15 p.m. She was stopped at the corner of 126th Street and Hawthorne Boulevard in Hawthorne and apparently found to have a number of warrants from as far away as San Bernardino.

126th and Hawthorne Boulevard

126th and Hawthorne Boulevard

It is presumed that she was sought for the outstanding warrants as police records indicated no new charges.

There were two warrants from San Bernardino County Sheriff’s department: grand theft of money or property exceeding $400 (487(A)PC) and forgery/false checks (470(D)PC). Total bail from San Bernardino was $500,000.

Closer to home, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) also had two warrants on her: possession of narcotic controlled substances (11350(A)HS) and trespassing on residential property (602.5(A)PC). Only one bail charge was noted (trespassing) and it was for a relatively pithy $25,000.

At least her family and friends will have easy visitation rights.

Hawthorne Woman Gets Arrested for Handful of Warrants was last modified: August 21st, 2014 by admin

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