One Man Gets Ten Charges in Inglewood

One Man Gets Ten Charges in Inglewood

INGLEWOOD, CA—Inglewood’s “downtown” commercial strip, Market Street, is only four very short blocks in length and a stone’s throw from city hall, but it is too often the area of shootouts at the nearby Savoy Entertainment Center, as well as shoplifting at the swap meet-styled Marketplace, and the occasional sensational drug bust.

Gustavo Moreno,19, was busted on Sunday, April 26 at approximately 9:43 p.m. at the corner of Market Street and Manchester, within sight of the mayor’s 9th-story office atop city hall. The Los Angeles resident was charged with 10 violations: carrying a loaded firearm in a public place (25850(A)PC), carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle (25400(A)1PC), ownership of a firearm by a convicted felon (29800(A)1PC), taking a vehicle without owning it (10851(A)VC), evading police officers (2800.1(A)VC), driving without a license (12500(A)VC), failure to stop at a red light (21453(A)VC), failure to stop at a limit line (22450(A)VC), driving at unsafe speeds (22350VC) and driving on the wrong side of the road (21650VC).

The warehouse worker was also found to have an outstanding warrant with the Long Beach PD for failure to appear (853.7PC).

Bail for the fresh charges totaled $155,305. Bail for the warrant was $571, which brought the grand total to $155,876.

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