INGLEWOOD—If you’re going to get in a fight with a cop, you better be ready to go the whole hog.
Michael Glenn Johnson, 55, was picked up by Inglewood police officers on Wednesday, March 25 at approximately 1:18 p.m. along the 400 block of East Manchester Boulevard in Inglewood. He was arrested fewer than two blocks from Inglewood Police Department’s HQ.
The unemployed Los Angeles resident was charged with threatening crime with the intent to terrorize (422PC), battery on a police officer (243(B)PC), obstructing and/or resisting an executive officer (69PC), obstructing and/or resisting a police officer by attempting to remove a firearm (148(A)(1)PC), trespassing (602PC) and battery (242PC).
Johnson was also arrested twice in February by the Los Angeles Police. He was charged on February 8 with vehicle theft, and then on February 16 with failure to register as a sex offender and violating a domestic relations court order. He was also charged with writing a bad check. The West LA CHP participated in that arrest, according to available records.
The single largest bail amount for the latest incident was $50,000 for the terrorist threat, and the single lowest bail amount was $50 for the battery. The grand total for the six charges was $106,500.
You might want to think twice before you “go for that gun.”