VAN NUYS — New Orleans Pelicans Center Jackson Hayes — who pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor charges stemming from the run-in that resulted in his arrest last summer in Woodland Hills — was given 450 hours of community service on Tuesday, 52 weeks of domestic-violence class and three years of probation
According to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office, Hayes, now 22, filed a no-contest request on February 24.
According to the city attorney’s office, he was already given credit for a day he served in prison, would be subject to a protective order and ordered to pay restitution in an amount that is still to be determined. .
Ten other misdemeanors against her, including bodily injury and vandalism, were quashed as a result of her plea, according to court records.
According to body cam footage released by Los Angeles police nearly a month after Hayes’ July 28 arrest, a cousin of Hayes’ girlfriend called police and told a dispatcher that the woman had sent a text message claiming It has been said that Hayes is “getting loud and violent and she is scared and can’t call the police herself.”
Police responded at 3 a.m. on July 28 in the 22000 block of Mariano Street, where police body cam video showed Hayes and another man in front of a house.
Hayes told officers that he and his girlfriend were “just having a little argument. She was throwing some stuff at me.”
Officers are shown repeatedly ordering Hayes to stay outside while they talk to the woman inside. He demanded to know if he had a warrant to enter his house and told her that he did not need it.
“You won’t kick me out of my house, brother,” Hayes told officers as the man who was out with her repeatedly asked Hayes to rest.
Hayes is shown trying to break into his home as officers begin to stop him. As he continues to resist the handcuffs, the officers warn that they will use a Taser on him.
“I can’t breathe,” Hayes told officers three times, when one officer had a knee near his neck. Another officer ordered the officer to “raise his knee”, and the kneeling officer complied.
The video shows Hayes once on his chest and once on his buttocks, and handcuffs were eventually applied and officers helped Hayes off the ground and into a chair.
Before being booked, Hayes received medical treatment at a hospital for injuries sustained during the brawl and was medically cleared for booking at Van Nuys Prison, police said.
A separate body cam video from a sergeant at the scene shows Hayes pushing an officer into a wall as the officer tries to handcuff him quickly. The officer suffered an elbow injury and was treated at the hospital.