Commerce – A Commerce man will likely remain in jail even after his aggravated assault bond was reduced.
Federal immigration authorities reportedly still want to talk to Abraham Gonzalez, who was arrested last September for allegedly hitting and seriously injuring two people in Commerce with his vehicle then fleeing the scene.
Gonzalez's bond was lowered Monday to $5,000 personal recognizance. However, he was still being held as of Monday afternoon for Immigrations and Custom's Enforcement.
Commerce – The City of Commerce has responded to Mayor Quay Throgmorton's inquiry regarding the legitimacy of Dion Miller's suspension.
Throgmorton's argument looks at the language in both Section 30 (Removal of city manager) of the City's Charter, and Section 3 (Suspension) of City Manager Miller's employment contract, claiming the contract is inconsistent with and in violation of the City Charter.