INGLEWOOD, CA—He installs signs down near the seashore, and he may have had one drink too many too many times.
Juan Flores, 46, was stopped by Inglewood Police Department (IPD) officers on Monday, June 23 at approximately 2:15 a.m. along the 4900 block of West 104th Street in Inglewood, California. A laundry list of DUI charges were added to an already impressive list of driving-related warrants issued by other Southern California police departments.
IPD charged Flores with possession of a controlled substance (11377(A)HS), DUI/Alcohol/drugs (23152(A)VC), DUI/Alcohol/0.08 Per Cent Blood Alcohol Level (23152(B)VC) and DUI: Alcohol/Drugs combined influence (23152(F)VC). The three warrants were driving while license is suspended—one each from Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) (14601.1AVC) and Culver City Police Department (14601.1AVC)—and the third from Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) (12500(A)VC).
Total bail was set at $37,800. The possession charge bail was $10,000; the DUI charges were $5,000 each; the LASD warrant was $300; the Culver City warrant was $2,500; and the LAPD warrant was $10,000.
Flores is unavailable to answer whether or not he’ll celebrate any possible release with the installation of another drink er, sign.