HEMET: It's been a busy year in city
Hemet Police Chief Dave Brown speaks during a ceremony July 18, to introduce a partnership where the California Highway Patrol will enforce traffic on Florida Avenue.
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#1 Dec 29, 2013
It was nice to see the Highway Patrol on Flprida St where i work. I seen more people pulled over in one month than i seen i the whole year before. Now the gangs can be looked at and watched more closer. It is rEaly getting old with all the problems and they want FREE STUFF AND THINK WE OWE THEM SOMETHING/ Freedom does not mean you get it FREE
#2 Dec 29, 2013
Gotta agree with u. Having the CHP patroling Florida, puts more local cops in neighborhoods watching the thugs, gangbangers, and thieves. It's not gonna unstantly take our town back, but it is a start. Citizens now need to do their part by stepping up, watching their neighborhoods, and becoming better aware of their surroundings.
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