Hollywood Couple Stopped By Police, Say They Were Racially Profiled

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“After he told me that I did not have a warrant for my arrest, and he started asking me about drugs for the third time, I said, ‘Are you doing this because we’re black?'” Johnson told HLN. “And that was when everything took a turn for the worst. He patted the car, he walked back to his car, he put on gloves. The next thing I knew, he was handcuffing Dennis.” “He told me … I was being detained for his safety because he didn’t know me,” Johnson said. “At this time I became distraught,” White wrote in his account of the incident. “I have been racially profiled several times in my lifetime but it touched my core when my woman was included.” Marion County Sheriff Mark Richardson issued a statement on Monday in regard to the actors’ claims: “Discrimination in any form, including racial profiling, is strictly prohibited by this department and as Sheriff of Marion County SC, I can assure you I will take immediate and appropriate action to investigate the allegations of racial profiling made by Mr. White and Ms. Johnson. This matter will be dealt with by an internal investigation within the department and I will also ask the State Law Enforcement Division to review the allegation made against Deputy Barfield.” It was Johnson’s first experience being handcuffed. Several of her family members work in law enforcement, Johnson said, adding that she’s “never been afraid of cops or had bad opinions of them.” This time was different. After thoroughly searching the car, the officer removed the handcuffs and let the couple go. “No apology, no nothing,” White wrote.

BRE Properties Acquires Class A Apartment Community in Hollywood

( BRE ), a leading owner, operator and developer of high-quality apartment communities in targeted growth markets in California and Seattle, announced today the acquisition of Jefferson at Hollywood for a purchase price of $120.5 million. The community of 270 apartment homes is located in the resurgent Hollywood sub-market of Los Angeles, California. Built in 2010, the Class A community is in an irreplaceable, transit-oriented location in one of Californias most dynamic urban sub-markets, across from the Metro Red Lines Highland subway station and one-half mile from the Hollywood Freeway (U.S. Route 101). The community has walking access to the neighborhoods vibrant dining scene, top performing retailers, famous theatres and world-class Hollywood amenities. Recognized as the center of entertainment industry, the Hollywood sub-market has experienced a significant revitalization in recent years with an estimated $4 billion of public and private investment, resulting in increasing demand by employers in the entertainment and media industries for office and studio space. The community was acquired on an unencumbered basis with proceeds from the Companys revolving credit facility. In connection with the acquisition, the Company intends to dispose of several slower growth, non-core communities through a reverse like-kind exchange. The exchange is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2014. This transaction is a component of our strategy to improve the Companys portfolio quality by disposing of non-core communities and recycling capital into our high-barrier, in-fill development pipeline as well as select acquisitions such as Jefferson at Hollywood, commented Constance B. Moore, President and Chief Executive Officer. The Jefferson at Hollywood was acquired at a discount to replacement cost and is expected to generate a first-year net operating income-to-purchase price yield of 4.0%. About BRE Properties BRE Properties, based in San Francisco, California, focuses on the development, acquisition and management of apartment communities located primarily in the major metropolitan markets of Southern and Northern California and Seattle. As of September 30, 2013, BRE owns 75 multifamily communities (totaling 21,396 homes) and has a joint venture interest in an additional apartment community (totaling 252 homes). BRE Properties is a real estate investment trust (REIT) listed in the S&P MidCap 400 Index.