Public informants eligible to receive $10,000 reward in ‘some’ cases ■ By Kyle Selby / Reporter The Hemet City Council approved the crime information reward program at the request of Hemet Police Department’s (HPD) Chief Dave Brown on March 28. At the Aug. 8 City Council meeting, Investigations Lt. Eddie Pust provided an update on the program, and how the public can help solve additional crimes. “It’s basically to incentivize people to come forward, because we rely on that information for many cases. There are different motives for people that want to provide information,” explained Pust. “Some people like to do it because it’s right and just; others like to work
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