Food Handler Charged With DUIs, Pot Possession, Drug Conveyance Into Jail

Food Handler Charged With DUIs, Pot Possession, Drug Conveyance Into Jail

INGLEWOOD, CA—Can one be trusted as a food handler if one is unable to avoid getting busted abusing drugs and alcohol in a variety of ways in a single day?

Axel Enrique Dominguez, 31, was apprehended by Inglewood police officers on Sunday, May 17 at approximately 6:36 a.m. at the intersection of Century Boulevard and Yukon Street in Inglewood. The intersection is on the other side of an entrance to Hollywood Park Casino, and immediately south of a future sports stadium that Rams owner Stan Kroenke claims he will start building later this year.

The self-proclaimed “food handler” was charged with taking alcohol/drugs/paraphernalia into a jail (4573.5PC), a DUI for having 0.08 percent or higher blood-alcohol content (23152(B)VC), possessing 28.5 grams or less of marijuana (11357(B)HS) driving without a license (12500(A)VC) and a DUI for drugs/alcohol (23152(A)VC).

The Inglewood man’s bail was set at $36,000, with the highest amount being $25,000 for taking drugs, etc. into a jail and the lowest amount being a relatively pithy $100 for driving without a license.

Food Handler Charged With DUIs, Pot Possession, Drug Conveyance Into Jail was last modified: May 22nd, 2015 by admin
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