Crime Blotter: Resisting Arrest, Residential Burglaries

South Pasadena Police released the following incident reports from Dec. 19 to Tuesday. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

A 22-year-old Los Angeles woman, whose car stalled on the Arroyo Seco Parkway, refused to get out of her car when asked by authorities, but demanded medical attention, according to a weekly crime summary from South Pasadena Police. 

The woman, whom authorities found to have a suspended driver's license during the 9:49 a.m. stop on Jan. 3, remained in her car on a raised curb of the 110 Parkway offramp, despite officers' repeated requests to get out. When paramedics arrived, and the woman finally opened the car door, she refused medical treatment. 

Police arrested the woman on suspicion of resisting and obstructing an arrest.

To see the rest of the incidents reported to police, including several residential burglaries and several drunk-in-public arrests, please see the attached PDF.

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spidra January 11, 2013 at 05:22 AM
She should also be charged with a false paramedic call.


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