Homeless Inglewood Senior Citizen Arrested for Weapons, Resistance Charges

Homeless Inglewood Senior Citizen Arrested for Weapons, Resistance Charges

INGLEWOOD, CA—Inglewood is changing, but for all the changes, some things appear to remain the same.

Carol Paynes, 70, was picked up by Inglewood Police Department (IPD) officers on West Century Boulevard in front of or in the parking lot of Century Village, a popular shopping center built just over a decade ago on the south side of West Century Boulevard and immediately west of Crenshaw Boulevard.

The “Village” has a number of store fronts including Office Depot, Costco, Michaels, Food 4 Less and 99¢ Store. According to the area’s city councilman, Council Member George Dotson, the shopping center also boasts California’s no. 1 revenue-intakes for Red Lobster and Chili’s.

Carol was apprehended at approximately 12:45 a.m. on Tuesday, September 9 along the 3500 block of West Century Boulevard. The Inglewood resident was charged with force or assault with a deadly weapon that was not a firearm (245(A)(1)PC) and obstructing/resisting/etc. a peace officer (148(A)(1)PC). Bail for the the two charges were set at a cumulative $40,000.

Police records indicate she claims to be unemployed as well as a transient. It was not stated what weapon may have been found on her person.

Homeless Inglewood Senior Citizen Arrested for Weapons, Resistance Charges was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by admin
Categories: Los Angeles

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