LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A 21-year-old man is expected to serve three years of supervised probation as part of his sentence in connection with a laser pointing incident involving a law enforcement aircraft last year, officials said.
A news release by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office says Alvaro Jimenez was sentenced Friday after pleading no contest to discharging a laser at an aircraft.READ MORE: More Businesses Like The Abbey in WeHo Setting Own Vaccine Requirements For Customers
His sentence includes 60 days of community service, as well as, $240 in restitution and fees.READ MORE: 17-Year Old Girl Violently Assaulted While Jogging In Culver City
The statement said Jimenez and 23-year-old Floyd Atkins were arrested on July 4, after air units were able to locate laser beam activity.MORE NEWS: Judge Suddenly Recuses Himself In Sordid Orange County Sexual Assault Case
Atkins, who was convicted of the same charge, is expected to be sentenced on Nov. 1.