Pinkberry Co-Founder Arrested At LAX For Assault With A Deadly Weapon
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — A co-founder of the Pinkberry frozen yogurt chain remains jailed Tuesday after he was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport.
Young Lee, 47, who is facing a criminal charge of assault with a deadly weapon, is being held at the Metropolitan Detention Center.
KNX 1070’s Pete Demetriou reports.
A fugitive task force comprised of LAPD and FBI officials apprehended Lee, who is being held on $60,000 bail, following an overseas flight Monday afternoon.
Lee was arrested an outstanding warrant stemming from an alleged incident that took place in downtown Los Angeles in June of last year.
A kick-boxer and architect turned entrepreneur, Lee co-founded Pinkberry with partner Shelly Hwang in 2005.
The yogurt chain now has 100 locations worldwide, but its original West Hollywood location closed nearly two years ago.