1. According to the narrator in “Intake,” the new arrivals were taken where at Central lockup when they arrived?
The Old Wing.
2. According to the narrator in “Intake,” the Central lockup facility was “ancient by Los Angeles standards,” meaning that it had been standing since before what?
3. The billboard overlooking the street to the Central lockup facility is described by the narrator in “Intake” as showcasing a man wearing what?
4. What does the narrator in “Intake” describe as “both status symbols and necessary tools of the trade in this information age”?
5. At the terminus of what street does the narrator describe a guard shack overlooking Central lockup’s drive-in entrance in “Intake”?
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