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Large-scale compliance sweep results in 42 arrests

Approximately 160 law enforcement personnel participated in a large-scale operation focusing on compliance checks and warrant services. Photo provided by the Hemet PD.

A joint operation between the Central Post-release Accountability & Compliance Team (P.A.C.T.) and the Menifee Police Department resulted in the searches and compliance checks of 157 locations and the arrests of 42 individuals for various crimes on Wednesday.

Operation Four Leaf Clover focused on compliance checks and warrant services on individuals on Parole, Probation, Mandatory Supervision, and Post Release Community Supervision (P.R.C.S.). The locations were in the City of Menifee and the surrounding areas.

The large-scale operation resulted in the recovery of one stolen vehicle, several illegal drugs including a large amount of fentanyl, drug paraphernalia, various weapons including five firearms, and stolen property, according to Sergeant Derek Maddox. One of the subjects arrested had a $1 million felony warrant for a possible shooting he was involved in, Maddox said. Menifee PD Detective Bureau responded and took over the investigation.

Operation Four Leaf Clover resulted in the arrests of 42 individuals for various crimes. Photo provided by the Hemet PD.

Approximately 160 law enforcement personnel from the Menifee PD, Central P.A.C.T, East P.A.C.T, Perris Special Enforcement Team, R.A.S.P. Team, Hemet PD R.O.C.S. Team, San Jacinto Special Enforcement Team, Murrieta PD Special Enforcement Team and Community Policing Team, Riverside County Probation, Gang Impact Team, CRTF Team, California State Parole, Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept.-Cois Byrd Detention Center Team and six Riverside County Gang Task Force Regions participated in the operation.

It was discovered that several subjects failed to provide accurate addresses to the probation department. Warrants will be issued for those individuals, authorities said. 

Central P.A.C.T. will attempt to locate and arrest these individuals who have failed to comply with their terms of PRCS and Mandatory Supervision.

Central P.A.C.T. was originally formed in February of 2012 with participating agencies which included Hemet Police Department, Palm Springs Police Department, Desert Hot Springs Police Department, Beaumont Police Department, Cathedral City Police Department, Riverside Co. DA’s Office, and Riverside Co. Probation Dept.

Five firearms were among the items seized during Operation Four Leaf Clover. Photo provided by the Hemet PD.

In May 2013, East P.A.C.T. was formed with primarily law enforcement agencies in eastern Riverside County. West P.A.C.T. was also formed with law enforcement agencies in western Riverside County.

Currently, the Central P.A.C.T. participating agencies are Hemet Police Department, Beaumont Police Department, Murrieta Police Department, Riverside County Probation Department, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office- Bureau of Investigations, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Banning Police Department, and Menifee Police Department.

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