Unemployed Robber Has New Home

Unemployed Robber Has New Home

HAWTHORNE, CA—What’s in a name of a person who is accused of vandalism, robbery, shoplifting and more?

Quentin Lavon Antione, 25, may be able to answer that question should he raise bail—which is easier said than done. He was arrested by Hawthorne police on Friday, November 14 at approximately 4:30 p.m. at 133rd Street and Hawthorne Boulevard in Hawthorne.

He may wish he was in Philly now

He may wish he was in Philly now

The unemployed Hawthorne resident was charged with force or assault with a deadly weapon not a firearm (245(A)(1)PC, shoplifting items with a value that do/does not exceed $950 (459.5PC), vandalism incurring damage less than $400 (594(B)(2)(A)PC), first degree robbery (211PC) and receiving known stolen goods (496(A)PC).

The total bail was set at $151,000: $100,000 for the robbery being the single largest amount and $1,000 each for the shoplifting and vandalism charges being the other end of the spectrum. In any case, Antione may not be available anytime soon to answer that question about what’s in a name such as his.

Unemployed Robber Has New Home was last modified: November 20th, 2014 by admin
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