Dog Groomer Cleans Up in Warrants After Being Arrested For Assault with Firearm

Dog Groomer Cleans Up in Warrants After Being Arrested For Assault with Firearm

INGLEWOOD, CA—It’s a dog’s life moonlighting as a collector of warrants and wracking up assault charges, but why bother grooming dogs as one’s day job?

Kameron William Cook, 25, was arrested on Tuesday, May 26 by Inglewood police. he was picked up at the intersection of Arbor Vitae Street and Crenshaw Boulevard, just one major block from the Fabulous Forum in Inglewood, for a number of felony violations and misdemeanor warrants.

The felonies were assault with a firearm (245(A)(2)PC) and assault with a deadly weapon that was not a firearm (245(A)(1)PC); the fresh misdemeanor charge was for driving with a suspended license (14601.1AVC). The warrants were far more numerous: a prior charge of driving with a suspended license issued by Inglewood PD, failure to appear after making a written promise to do so (40508(A)VC) issued by Los Angeles PD and two more driving with suspended license warrants issued by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.

Bail for the two assault charges were $70,000; the new suspended license charge came out to $300. The warrants totaled $36,468. The grand total of bail came out to $106,768, which is nothing to bark at.

Dog Groomer Cleans Up in Warrants After Being Arrested For Assault with Firearm was last modified: June 1st, 2015 by admin
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