A person accused of holding an worker of a Burbank assist company at gunpoint and throwing a heavy object at her head is behind bars on suspicion of assault with a lethal weapon and false imprisonment, police reported Tuesday.
Officers have been despatched about 9:30 a.m. Monday to the Burbank Short-term Assist Middle at 1304 W. Burbank Blvd to research a report of a knife-wielding man inflicting a disturbance on the enterprise, based on Burbank police Sgt. Derek Inexperienced.
“Whereas … officers have been on their solution to the situation, further info was acquired that the person was now inside an workplace with a feminine worker, and was holding her towards her will,” Inexperienced stated. “When officers arrived, they shortly shaped a workforce to enter the constructing and rescue the worker. As cops entered, the feminine managed to flee to security.”
Officers then took the person — recognized as Kenneth Jackson, a transient from Burbank — into custody and recovered a knife on the scene, Inexperienced stated.
The 50-yr previous sufferer was taken to a hospital and handled for a head damage she suffered when the suspect allegedly threw a metallic field at her, the sergeant stated.
Jackson is being held in lieu of $50,000 bail, based on sheriff’s inmate data.
The Burbank Momentary Assist Middle, established in 1974, offers brief- time period emergency help to people and households, the working poor, crime victims, senior residents and the homeless, Inexperienced stated.
— Metropolis Information Service
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