Inglewood Caregiver Picked up for Hit-and-Run, DUI

Inglewood Caregiver Picked up for Hit-and-Run, DUI

INGLEWOOD, CA—Perhaps the occupation of being good to people in need may be why some people get filled up with the pain and misery to the point they just have to let it out.

Lakisha Monique Brown, 30, was arrested by Inglewood police officers on Sunday, January 11 at approximately 3 p.m. She was picked up at the intersection of West Manchester Boulevard and 3rd Avenue in the Morningside Park area of Inglewood, a the middle-class neighborhood that overlaps the charter city and part of Los Angeles. The area is well-known for its significant population of retired professionals.

Brown, whom police records claim is a “caregiver,” was charged with a number of motor vehicle violations: DUI alcohol/drugs (23152(A)VC), DUI with a blood/alcohol content (BAC) above 0.08 percent (23152(B)VC), hit and run with property damage (20002(A)VC) and driving with a suspended license (14601.1AVC). She also had two warrants for prior charges: a DUI with BAC exceeding 0.08 percent from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and one for being/having a passenger under 16 years of age not wearing a seatbelt (27315(E)VC).

Bail for the four new violations was $15,300; the warrants added another $32,000.

One hopes that caregivers would be able to take care of themselves as well.

Inglewood Caregiver Picked up for Hit-and-Run, DUI was last modified: January 20th, 2015 by admin
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