She and Her Guns Should Have Stayed in Las Vegas

She and Her Guns Should Have Stayed in Las Vegas

INGLEWOOD, CA—It’s a well-known advertising line that “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” but not everyone seems to follow this line of reasoning.

Lewcia Allania Willis, 23, was picked up by Inglewood Police Department (IPD) officers on Wednesday, September 24 at approximately 3 a.m. She was arrested along the 200 block of South La Brea Avenue in Inglewood, which is at the intersection of West Manchester Boulevard.

The intersection is the civic center of the charter city where city hall, IPD HQ and the library are located.

The 5’4”, 125-lb. Las Vegas woman, which police records state resides on the 2600 block of East Deer Springs Way, was charged with multiple weapons violations. The four charges were: carrying a concealed firearm (17510(A)PC), carrying a loaded firearm (17510(A)2PC), carrying a loaded firearm in a public place (25850(A)PC) and carrying a concealed weapon/firearm in a vehicle (25400(A)3PC).

The total bail was set at $90,000. Two of the violations were set at $10,000 each and two were set at $35,000 each.

Police records did not indicate the type of firearm nor where it was concealed. In any case, Willis will probably not be leaving for Las Vegas anytime soon.

She and Her Guns Should Have Stayed in Las Vegas was last modified: September 26th, 2014 by admin
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