What’s One More Warrant If You Don’t Have Any Job to Show Up to Either
HAWTHORNE, CA—She appears to have been handed more “Failures to Appear” than most of us have had jobs from which we may have been fired.
Georgia Marie Williams, 27, was stopped by Hawthorne police on Friday, April 4 at approximately 12:30 a.m. at the corner of Crenshaw and 100th Street in Inglewood. According to the police report, she was stopped for a “Disorderly Conduct” charge, which is officially known as “647(F)PCALC.”
The Los Angeles resident had a plethora of warrants from just two local police agencies: Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD). The three warrants from LAPD totaled $1680. The three warrants from LASD totaled $1418.
Williams was picked up by police for an alleged charge of disorderly conduct. According to Hawthorne police, the bail for that charge was set at $250.
It is unknown if Williams has any job or has no job, has ever been fired from any job, or if the charges have anything to do with any of the charges leveled agains Williams.