Seemingly Sober Man Stopped for Multiple Motor Violations and Possession of Pot
INGLEWOOD, CA—When drug-related motor vehicle arrests are made, most of us think that the arrestee is under the influence and/or ferrying an amount of drugs worth selling at a decent profit.
Alexis Netterville, 19, was apprehended by Inglewood police officers (IPD) on Sunday, January 4 at approximately 2:30 a.m. He was stopped at the intersection of 111th and Eastwood in Inglewood in Lennox, an unincorporated area southwest of Inglewood that is nevertheless under the jurisdiction of IPD as well as Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD).
The unemployed Los Angeles man was charged with evading police officers with three or more traffic violations violations (2800.2VC), failure to stop at a red light limit line (21453(A)VC), reckless driving at a high speed (23103(A)VC), driving at unsafe speeds (22350VC), passing a vehicle on the right side of the road (21650(A)VC) and possession of 28.5 grams or less of marijuana (11357(B)HS).
The total bail was set at $80,470. The highest single bail amount was $75,000 for the evasion charge, and the lowest amount was $35 each for passing on the right side and the possession charge.
One wonders when someone who may not have been high and apparently was not carrying enough to be charged with an intent to sell was going in such a hurry at such an early morning hour.