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Booking No.: 4386730       Last Name: CORRAL       First Name: KRISTINA       Middle Name: MARIE

Sex: F       Race: W       Date Of Birth: 04/22/1970       Age: 45       Hair: BLN       Eyes: BLU       Height: 506       Weight: 120

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ARREST
Arrest Date: 07/16/2015       Arrest Time: 1045       Arrest Agency: 1956       Agency Description: REDONDO BEACH PD

Date Booked: 07/16/2015       Time Booked: 1134       Booking Location: 1956       Location Description: PD – REDONDO BEACH

 

 

BAIL
Total Bail Amount: 0       Total Hold Bail Amount: 0.00       Grand Total: 0.00

 

 

HOUSING LOCATION
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Permanent Housing Assigned Date: 07/19/2016       Assigned Time: 1245       Visitor Status: N

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COURT
Next Court Code: S134       Next Court Date: 01/29/2016       Next Court Time: 0600       Next Court Case: BA43783901

Court Name: L A SUPERIOR COURT DEPT 134
Court Address: 210 W. TEMPLE STREET       Court City: LOS ANGELESUPT

 

 

RELEASE
Actual Release Date: 07/20/2016       Release Time: 0509

 

 

CASE INFORMATION
Case No. Court Name Court Address Court City Bail Amt. Fine Amt. Court Date Sent. Date Sent. Day(s) Disp Code
BA******** L A SUPERIOR COURT DEPT 134 210 W. TEMPLE STREET LOS ANGELESUPT 0 .00 01/29/2016 01/29/2016 851 EXP

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And where Did The Money Go?

This is an article about parents of soccer players that interview Kristie.  Check out the final paragraph:

In a scene repeated all over the country, Kathy Watts loads daughters Brinley and Bryce into the family vehicle and heads down the Pennsylvania Turnpike en route to soccer training. Across the country, Kristina Corral picks up her son Cruz and a teammate and heads down Interstate 405, also to training.

More than an hour later each will still be driving.

As soccer families continue to seek the best opportunities for their children, families like the Wattses and Corrals are increasingly willing to literally go the extra miles. It is a lifestyle that may seem like too much, even to others already in the all-consuming fire that is elite youth soccer, but Kathy and Kristina have no doubts they are doing the right thing.

“We started here in Harrisburg (with a local club),” Kathy Watts explains. “But we wanted to put our kids in the best situation to succeed and be challenged on a daily basis. That’s why we looked for a team like that.”

Kristina Corral echoes a similar sentiment.

“People ask me ‘Are you crazy? Why don’t you play for a local team?’” she said. “But this was a great opportunity and by now I don’t think it even phases him.”

The Watts’ oldest daughter Brinley plays for a top-notch U16 team, Penn Strikers, whose training and home games are at Eastern University in the Philadelphia suburb of St Davids. Bryce plays for U13 standouts Spirit United in Downingtown. Both locations are more than 70 miles away from the family home in suburban Harrisburg.

**** Corral and his ride-sharing teammate Thomas Hutchings play for the highly-regarded West Coast FC U14 team, which trains and plays home games in San Juan Capistrano, well down the 5 freeway in Orange County. They live however, much closer to  Los Angeles in Redondo Beach, about 60 miles away (and when it comes to traffic in Southern California, the territory is often worse than the distance).

But there both of the families go, at least 3 and often 5 times a week.

Kathy Watts said that while sitting in a car for 6 or 7 hours at a time for 3 or more times a week isn’t necessarily her first choice for leisure time, the value of the whole thing to her family is unquestionable.

“What I do get is quality time with my kids,” Kathy, who has put 60,000 miles on a vehicle in less than two years, said. “As they get older, there is a lot of time on the computer, texting or doing their own thing. “Because of this I get some very special time with the girls. We share a lot of laughs, a lot of tears and some motivational conversations.

“We all work hard,” she continued. But Randy (her husband) decided we would do anything we could for the kids. There are sacrifices, but that’s why you have children; to give them the best opportunities you can provide.”

Like Kathy Watts, Kristina Corral works full time to go along with her gargantuan chauffeur responsibilities. In their case, the Hutchings drop Thomas off at her place of business, she then swings by her home to pick up **** and then down the freeway they go.

Nightmare stories about the commute are fewer than you might think.

“There have been maybe three times we couldn’t make it, where there was a big accident or whatever,” she said. “The coach has been cool about it. Even if we were going to be 40 minutes late he said ‘don’t make yourself

Kristina Corral also noted having some meaningful 1v1 conversations with her son, who is a darting little winger with a ton of creativity and explosiveness on the ball.

Kristina Corral, who has become a complete soccer junkie to go with her career, parent and chauffeur portfolio, added that homework in the car is also a common activity for Cruz. She did note that the commute to practice and games pales in comparison to a trip the two of them are taking in June, when they will attend the World Cup in South Africa together.

Content retrieved from: http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/club-soccer-articles/penn-and-socal-families-log-major-miles_aid14448