Malibu Paddlerboarder Taken Away In Handcuffs For Defying Stay-at-Home Order

Malibu Paddlerboarder Taken Away In Handcuffs For Defying Stay-at-Home Order

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Malibu Paddlerboarder Taken Away In Handcuffs For Defying Stay-at-Home Order

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Some dumb dumb in Malibu decided to disobey lifeguard’s orders to get out of the water so an L.A. County patrol boat was dispatched to the scene to drive the point home. The paddleboarder eventually swam to shore where he was promptly cuffed for not complying to lifeguard warnings and violating  Governor Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order, which is a crime. The paddleboarder now faces a max penalty of 6 months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Here’s a better clip of the Sherrif’s boat:

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Don’t even think of SUPing Malibu

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Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Statement:

On April 2, 2020, Lost Hills Sheriff’s station deputies were flagged down by lifeguards regarding a male adult in the water, disobeying lifeguard orders to exit the water.

The suspect remained in the water paddle boarding for approximately 30-40 minutes. LASD boat was brought in from Marina Del Rey Station, once the Sheriff’s boat arrived on scene, the suspect complied and swam to shore.

The suspect was arrested for Disobeying a Lifeguard 17.12.115 LACC and Violation of Government Code 8665. The suspect was transported to Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station where he was booked and released on a promise to appear.

 

 

 

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