Inglewood Liquor Clerk Arrested for Intent to Sell Drugs

Inglewood Liquor Clerk Arrested for Intent to Sell Drugs

INGLEWOOD, CA—He sells liquor by the seashore and, apparently, drugs by the side.

Maria Cesar Torres, 38, was stopped by Inglewood Police Department (IPD) on 400 East 99th Street in Inglewood, California. He was arrested by IPD at approximately 11:45 a.m.

The self-proclaimed “liquor clerk”–who, according to police records, did not identify if nor at which (if any) liquor store at which he was employed or may have owned–was arrested for possession/purchase of illicit substances for the intent to sell them (11351HS). Torres had a warrant issued by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) for a similar charge that was not noted for its date. A second warrant was noted in police records as having been issued by Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) for a failure to appear (40508(A)VC).

The total bail was set at $60,769. The possession charge and the the possession warrant came in at $30,000 each and the LAPD warrant was $769.

Torres was not available to comment if he would be breaking bad in the Salton Sea should he break free.

Inglewood Liquor Clerk Arrested for Intent to Sell Drugs was last modified: July 8th, 2014 by admin
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