Lieutenant Rayls presents Canyon Lake public safety update for October

Lieutenant James Rayls of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday provided the Canyon Lake City Council with a public safety update for the month of October.

Deputies responded to 367 calls for service, a decrease of two calls from the previous month. Nine Part One crimes were reported: one aggravated assault, three burglaries, and five thefts. “Most of those thefts were from vehicles not locked,” Rayls said.

Deputies made three DUI arrests, one public intoxication arrest, wrote two traffic citations, and investigated four traffic collisions.

Overall, deputies made seven arrests in the City of Canyon Lake. Two arrests were drug-related and two were for outstanding warrants, according to Rayls.

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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