California Man Arrested Three Times in One Day After Being Freed Under Los Angeles County’s “Zero-Dollar” Bail Policy
Reported By Cristina Laila | Published February 18, 2022
Meanwhile in the Democrat hell hole of Los Angeles County…
A SoCal man was arrested three times in 16 hours after being freed under Los Angeles County’s “zero-dollar” bail policy. James Langdon, 47, was arrested on February 13 by Glendale police officers at 3 am, 9:30 am and again later that night at 7 pm.
Langdon was arrested the first time for jaywalking, arrested a second time for trespassing with a screwdriver in his hand inside of a Glendale business and arrested again for breaking into an apartment.
According to Fox 11, Langdon caused over $6,000 in property damage to the apartment before he was arrested. Langdon is currently being held on $150,000 bail after being arrested for burglary and felony vandalism.
Fox 11 reported:
On February 13, just after 3 a.m., Glendale police officers observed the man, identified as 47-year-old James Langdon, pacing in a parking lot near the intersection of Colorado St. and Louise St.
Langdon run out of the lot and across a crosswalk against a solid “Don’t Walk” sign. Officers say they attempted to stop Langdon for the infraction but he fled from officers. Officers chased him on foot and after a brief struggle they detained Langdon for the violation. He was then arrested for obstruction.
According to a statement from Glendale police, before Langdon was arrested he requested medical attention and was transported to the hospital. He was then issued a notice to appear in court at a later date and released at the hospital.
Later that morning around 9:30 a.m., Glendale officers responded to a business on the 1400 block of E. Chevy Chase Dr. after receiving reports of a man trespassing. Once officers arrived on scene, they located Langdon who was trying to enter a closed part of the business.
Langdon was then arrested and booked for trespassing.
According to police, due to L.A. County’s emergency “zero-dollar” bail order, Langdon was released from custody within three hours of being booked.
Later that day, around 7 p.m. Glendale officers responded to an apartment building on the 600 block of Balboa Ave. regarding a burglary. Residents told officers they arrived home to find their doors open with several items inside displaced.
Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon is currently being recalled for causing crime to spike with his Marxist policies.
Cristina began writing for The Gateway Pundit in 2016 and she is currently the Associate Editor.