Posted on May 4, 2020

California Man Arrested 3 Times in 1 Day, Given Citation and Released Due to ‘Zero-Bail’ Policy

Fox 6, May 2, 2020


The police department says on Wednesday, April 29th around 8:28 a.m. officers responded to a call of a man who was attempting to break into a vehicle.

When officers arrived, they contacted 24-year-old Dijon Landrum from Monterey Park attempting to drive away in a stolen vehicle. {snip}

{snip} Landrum had stolen property and narcotics on him. Officers say they soon arrested him but due to the California zero-bail policy he was issued a citation and released.

{snip} . . . an hour after Landrum was released officers got a call of unknown man who was carrying a box and was walking through the front yards of homes.

When officers arrived on scene they contacted Landrum for the second time. {snip} He was issued a citation and released.

Police say several hours later around 8:50 p.m., they received a call of a vehicle that had been stolen out of a parking lot. {snip} With assistance from LA County Sheriff and California Highway Patrol officers began chasing Landrum. The pursuit ended in Pasadena. {snip}


Dijon Landrum