Probation Worker Arrested for Disorderly Conduct, False I.D.

Probation Worker Arrested for Disorderly Conduct, False I.D.

HAWTHORNE, CA—The adage, “Do as I say, not as I do” comes to mind when civil servants in the service of punitive measures levied against criminals gets arrested and charged with crimes that require some forethought.

Rosemary Rowden, 48, was apprehended by Hawthorne police officers on Thursday, January 1 at approximately 2:10 a.m. along the 11800 block of Hawthorne Boulevard—just in time to ring in the new year with a trip to jail. The probation employee, who is believed to be an Investigator Aid for L.A. County Probation Department, was charged with disorderly conduct: alcohol (647(F)PCALC) and providing false identification to a police officer (148.9(A)PC). Bail for the false I.D. was $5,000 and $250 for the disorderly conduct.

According to the Web site Transparentcalifornia.com, a person named Rosemary Rowden was employed as late as 2013 as an “Investigator Aid, Probation” and was paid for that year a total of $36,454 and received benefits for that year totaling $26,880.

It is not yet known if the Inglewood resident arrested on New Year’s Day is the same Rosemary Rowden identified on that and/or one other Web site, www.california.salarydatabase.com

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