San Jacinto supports auto theft task force

L■ Kyle Selby / Reporter ast Tuesday, Chief John Salisbury of the San Jacinto Police Department introduced the Riverside Auto Theft Interdiction Detail (RAID) to City Council for a letter of support toward an increase in their licensing fees. Task force commander Lt. Mario Lucio from California Highway Patrol and Sergeant Sean Brown from the Riverside County Sheriff’s office stopped by San Jacinto on their way to 28 other cities seeking additional support to urge the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to improve the increase of Riverside County vehicle license fees by $1. The multi-jurisdictional law enforcement auto-theft task force is made up of a lieutenant (CHP), a sergeant (RSO), 10

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