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More than 100 arrests made during zero-tolerance Quality of Life Operation

Twenty-four tons of trash were removed from the community and an additional five tons were removed by property owners during a month-long zero-tolerance Quality of Life Operation and Homeless Outreach. Photo provided by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

From January 11 to February 11, a total of 109 arrests (95 misdemeanors and 14 felonies) were made for various crimes related to quality of life during a zero-tolerance Quality of Life Operation and Homeless Outreach in the cities of Lake Elsinore and Wildomar and the unincorporated areas of Lakeland Village and Temescal Canyon.

Forty-four individuals accepted services and will be entering a program for substance abuse treatment upon their release from custody, according to Sergeant Jeff Reese.

In a collaborative effort, the Lake Elsinore Sheriff Station’s Special Enforcement Team, Lake Elsinore Code Enforcement, County of Riverside West County Code Enforcement, and the Social Work Action Group (SWAG), concentrated on frequently described “problem areas” throughout the respective areas.

Twenty-four tons of trash were removed from the community and an additional five tons were removed by property owners, the Riverside Sheriff’s Department reported.

The Riverside Sheriff’s Department encourages business owners and residents to report criminal activity directly to law enforcement by calling 951-776-1099. Call 911 if the matter is an emergency.

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