Customer Service Employee Gets Charged With Forgery, Fencing and Warrants

Customer Service Employee Gets Charged With Forgery, Fencing and Warrants

INGLEWOOD, CA—When George Carlin talked about businessmen, he said “the first thing he does is to automatically assume that the other guy is a complete [liar] who’s trying to [trick] him outta his money. So he’s gotta do everything he can to [trick] the other guy a little bit faster and a little bit harder.”

Adriana Gascon, 33, may not be a businessman, but her position as a customer service employee probably means she had to deal with those who felt they may have been tricked. She was arrested on Friday, April 17 at approximately 12:45 a.m. by Inglewood police officers along the 900 block of South Market Street in what is a two-block segment of small businesses, and a remarkable number of empty storefronts. She was charged with forgery involving false checks (470(D)PC), receiving known stolen property over a value of $400 (496(A)PC), possession of a forged driver’s license (470BPC), driving without a license (12500(A)VC), possession of a device or instrument for paraphernalia (11364(A)HS) and operating an unregistered vehicle on a roadway (4000(A)(1)VC).

She was also found to have three warrants. One was issued by El Segundo PD for possession of a controlled substance (11377(A)HS), one was issued by LAPD for obtaining a credit card by fraudulent means (530.5(A)PC) and the third was from L.A. County Sheriff’s Department for possession of a controlled narcotic (11350(A)HS).

Bail for the new charges totaled $6,800. Bail for two of the three warrants came out to $60,000. (There was no bail amount listed for the LAPD warrant.)

Customer Service Employee Gets Charged With Forgery, Fencing and Warrants was last modified: April 23rd, 2015 by admin
Categories: Los Angeles

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