Inglewood Man Stopped and Charged with Possession

Inglewood Man Stopped and Charged with Possession

INGLEWOOD, CA—After years of operation, the red light cameras in Inglewood, California, were made inert in January of this year. The iconic Forum, built by Charles Luckman in 1964, reopened the same month after nearly 15 years of being inert. In a July 30 radio interview, Inglewood mayor James T. Butts stated that “We got rid of [the red light cameras] in January of this year. They have been out of operation for about six months now.”

Nevertheless, one can still be pulled over for running a red light.

Zamire David Kimble, 36, was stopped by Inglewood Police Department (IPD) officers on Saturday, September 9 at the corner of Crenshaw and Century Boulevards in Inglewood. The “unemployed” man was charged with possession of a controlled substance (11377(A)HS) and failure to stop for a red light.

Bail for the possession charge was set at $10,000; bail for running the red light was set at a paltry $100.

A prior warrant had been issued by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) and the bail of that prior was set at $55,000.

If there is any word to the criminals, it is certainly that patience will help prevent one from being pulled over.

Inglewood Man Stopped and Charged with Possession was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by admin
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