False name, outstanding warrants get suspect arrested after road rage incident
On Monday, August 27 a Los Angeles woman was arrested for giving a false name to officers after an apparent road rage incident. It all began when a woman called police claiming 27-year-old Andrea Arana was following her after an unknown argument in Upland. The call was placed around Base Line Road and Mills Avenue around 2 a.m., and police caught up with the two cars at Indian Hill Boulevard and Twelfth Street. Ms. Arana allegedly gave a false name to officers, was driving without a license and had warrants out or her arrest. She was arrested and taken to CPD jail.