• Report: #1120798

Complaint Review: Shavonna Sutton

  • Submitted: Tue, February 04, 2014
  • Updated: Tue, February 04, 2014

  • Reported By: Lipstick Bounty Hunters — Lakewood California
Shavonna Sutton
Lemoli Hawthorne, California USA

Shavonna Sutton, Nedra Jackson, Ricky Lewis Shavonna Sutton sues Lipstick Bounty Hunters with a frivolous lawsuit! Even Though Nedra Jackson and Shavonna Sutton ripped off 2 bail bond companies for over $150,000! Hawthorne California

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Shavonna Sutton and Nedra Jackson bailed out Ricky Lewis for over $150,000 and assisted in his escape from the court. Shavonna Sutton, Ricky's girlfriend of 5 years, and Nedra Jackson, Ricky's stepmother of many years, both knew the whereabouts of Ricky and refused to cooperate with the bond company and the bounty hunters.

Several bounty hunting teams were hired to arrest Ricky, but Sutton, Jackson and gang members harbored Fugitive Lewis. The bail bond companies paid over $150,000 to the court.  Because of Shavonne Sutton and Nedra Jackson,  Fugitive Lewis is free to rob people, invade peoples homes, and evade the police.  Jackson, the cosignor made sure she was retiring from HOMELAND SECURITY and would not have to pay the money back because her government pension could not be garnished.  Instead of Shavonna Sutton paying the bond as required, she sues Lipstick Bounty Hunters as well as the Inglewood Police, thinking she is entitled to free money. [continued below]....

Lipstick Bounty Hunters were hired shortly before the deadline and used several tactics to gain information about his whereabouts that led to Shavonna Sutton.  Shavonna Sutton co-signed on one of the bond applicantions and stated she was Fugitive Lewis' girlfriend.  They were seen and identified in the Oakland courthouse, where they fled together to avoid Fugitive Lewis being arrested.  The landlord at Suttons apartment stated that she saw Fugitive Lewis come and go at Sutton's apartment several times. 

Sutton was arrested for assault and battery on a bounty hunter and a second charge of resisting arrest of an Inglewood Police Officer ( See case # 3IG02324 ) Inglewood Court Los Angeles County.  Shavonna Sutton  is now suing the police department and the bounty hunters for mental anguish for her and her child, who witnessed the search of Fugitive Lewis in her home.  What Shavonna Sutton is not telling the media is that Fugitive Lewis has a SCAR (Suspected Child Abuse Report) attached to his case, and Fugitive Lewis does not have any children, but is known to be the Father in Sutton's daughters life. 
Sutton, Jackson and Gilleon want to take MORE money from the city, the bond company, and the bounty hunters to continue to support Fugitive Lewis'  criminal lifestyle and possibly others.  If people like this continue to win, the cities can't afford to protect YOU!!!  Mental Anguish anyone?

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