San Jacinto Traffic Enforcement Operation

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Reporting Deputy: Ray Cortez

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Deputies from the San Jacinto Traffic Team conducted a traffic enforcement operation within the city of San Jacinto on Monday, July 17th. The goal was to educate motorists and enforce traffic violations that most commonly result in traffic collisions. 90 traffic stops were conducted, and 83 citations were issued. Stop signs, red light, speed, and cell phone violations were most of the written citations during this operation. The motoring public took notice of the obvious saturation of deputies on enforcement stops in San Jacinto. This operation was funded through the grant awarded by the California Office of Traffic Safety.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I wonder when or even if the CHP will do the same on Hwy74, most drivers actually believe that this stretch of Hwy is an autobahn!

  2. They need to meet a quota by the of the month to gain revenue for their department government doesn’t care about you’re well being didn’t anyone learned from the pandemic jeez people are so gullible that they actually believe what this article says as a fact pathetic really.

  3. They need to meet a quota by the end of the month to gain revenue for their department government doesn’t care about you’re well being didn’t anyone learned that from the pandemic jeez people are so gullible that they actually believe what this article says as a fact pathetic really.

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