Lomita Sheriff in San Pedro and where ever else they want to be in LA County

It was a long night, and I had just been blinded by lapd spotlight when i showed up at the end of their traffic stop- they shined the spotlight at me when they first saw me and as they drove around me and down a side street- so i was seeing spots….anyway- so the sheriff has this random island patch of juristiction in San Pedro- and they do not hesitate to obtain revenue in their little patch (although, since they are “sheriff” they go where they want, according to him) Please like, share and subscribe

links to the maps:
http://maps.latimes.com/sheriff/
http://maps.latimes.com/lapd/division/harbor/
http://maps.latimes.com/lapd/basic-car-area/5A55/
http://maps.latimes.com/sheriff/station-area/lomita/

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13 thoughts on “Lomita Sheriff in San Pedro and where ever else they want to be in LA County

  1. Any officer in California can conduct police enforcement anywhere in California. For instance say if a LAPD officer for some reason was getting his patrol car serviced in Santa Barbra, he could still pull people over, issue citations, ect. I've seen a Sheriff Deputy pull someone over on the freeway. It could be anywhere.

  2. Are they after a cartel member? Is this one of the drug kingpins in the area? Lay those bitches off and spend the money on testing some of those DNA and rape kits they always have laying around as people continue to get assaulted. This is what should be happening.

  3. These women police officers don't realize the strength some men have, and for this little female cop, in less than two seconds could be grabbed, flipped onto her head, smashing it on the concrete. This could certainly cause her death, but at the very least, her weapons on her person and in her car would be confiscated. However, they may wish to keep her alive for other reasons. I would not want to be a female cop when this all blows apart.

  4. CA GV 6254(1) The full name and occupation of every individual arrested by
    the agency, the individual's physical description including date of
    birth, color of eyes and hair, sex, height and weight, the time and
    date of arrest, the time and date of booking, the location of the
    arrest, the factual circumstances surrounding the arrest, the amount
    of bail set, the time and manner of release or the location where the
    individual is currently being held, and all charges the individual
    is being held upon, including any outstanding warrants from other
    jurisdictions and parole or probation holds.

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