HAWTHORNE, CA—One of the best things about Southern California is the convenience that can be had most anywhere.
Felicia Richardson, 34, was picked up by Hawthorne police on Monday, January 27 at approximately 10:30 a.m. She was picked up for “possession of a controlled substance” and booked for a laundry list of warrants from area agencies.
She had one warrant with L.A. Police Dept. for “loitering with the intent to prostitute,” two priors with Hawthorne for “possession…” as well as “loitering with the intent to prostitute” and three warrants with the L.A. County Sheriff for “possession/purchase of cocaine base for sale,” “contempt of court” and “possession of a narcotic controlled substance with intent to sell.” The cumulative bail was set at $135,250.
Although it was Hawthorne police that picked up the Inglewood resident along the 300 block of West Hillcrest Boulevard in Inglewood, police spokesman would not say why the officers were in the sister city nor what they were doing with her.