Lieutenant Will Edwards of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department presented a public safety update for the City of Canyon Lake for the month of January 2023.
Deputies responded to 333 calls from service, a decrease of 85 calls from the previous month. Eighteen Part One crimes were reported: two aggravated assaults, one burglary, eight larceny thefts, and seven motor vehicle thefts.
Deputies wrote one traffic citation and investigated four traffic collisions. This does not include traffic collisions in which no report was written.
Overall, five arrests were made: one burglary, one DUI, two child endangerment, and one stolen vehicle.
Police services are provided by the City of Canyon Lake through a contract with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Residents are reminded to contact the police department, not Canyon Lake Community Patrol, for incidents pertaining to the law. For emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call 951-776-1099, extension 5.
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