SoCal: “High Impact Total Saturation Patrol” in Perris, Hemet, San Jacinto & Moreno Valley Nets 199 Arrests


On August 15th and 16th, Riverside County Sheriffs Deputies conducted High Impact Zero Tolerance Saturation Patrol throughout the unincorporated county area of Hemet, Perris, San Jacinto and Moreno Valley.

The focus of the operation was to apprehend any and all subjects found to be in violation of any crime. The goal of the operation is that the arrest of these offenders improves the overall quality of life for the citizens of Riverside County.

A total of 199 subjects were arrested for criminal violations.

In Perris, a team of five deputies assigned to the operation set out on the pro-active mission and took a zero-tolerance stance against criminal activity. During this operation, a total of 22 violators were arrested for various criminal offenses and booked into jail.

In Hemet, four were arrested for felony violations, sixteen were arrested for misdemeanor violations. One stolen vehicle was recovered, one additional vehicle was impounded.

In Moreno Valley, the operation yielded 157 arrests from a multitude of crimes. A subject was also arrested for two counts of carjacking, a vehicle pursuit resulting in two arrests, and stolen vehicle resulting in two arrests.

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has a zero-tolerance policy for these offenses. If you suspect drug activity in your area, please contact your local Sheriff’s Station.

Press Release Provided by the Riverside County Sheriffs Department

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