La Verne resident arrested for public intoxication

La Verne Police Cpl. Michael Scranton and Officer Berenice Ruvalcaba arrest a La Verne resident for public intoxication at noon Monday in Leo Park, south of Vista La Verne, on D Street. A public parks employee called LVPD regarding the welfare of an unidentified La Verne resident who had fallen off his bike and began bleeding from his chin. After he initially rejected medical treatment, police were able to treat him and, finding him to be heavily intoxicated, took him into custody./ photo by Karla Rendon
La Verne Police Cpl. Michael Scranton and Officer Berenice Ruvalcaba arrest a La Verne resident for public intoxication at noon Monday in Leo Park, south of Vista La Verne, on D Street. A public parks employee called LVPD regarding the welfare of an unidentified La Verne resident who had fallen off his bike and began bleeding from his chin. After he initially rejected medical treatment, police were able to treat him and, finding him to be heavily intoxicated, took him into custody. / photo by Karla Rendon
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