HEMET: Gang task force makes 21 arrests

Aug 30, 2013 Full story: The Press-Enterprise 6

Twenty-one arrests were made Thursday, Aug. 29, as members of the Hemet/San Jacinto Gang Task Force, the San Jacinto Police Department Special Enforcement Team and additional Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force teams conducted a gang saturation operation in the San Jacinto Valley.

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OhYeah

Yucaipa, CA

#2 Aug 31, 2013
Seems no matter how many of these scuzz-bags they round up, there's plenty more. Keep up the good work!
Lashonda

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Sep 1, 2013
Its like the hookers. They cracked down on them for a while but now they are starting to walk up and down Florida again. This needs to continue or they keep coming back.
closedoors

Moreno Valley, CA

#4 Sep 6, 2013
I know they try but when your town is going to build apartments for sec 8 what do you expect.Thanks l.A. for shipping us your problems
Rose

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Sep 7, 2013
I know we are upset at the criminals in this valley , but we should not be surprised at this out come no jobs that pay no future for families unless you work for the city or state where is the future heading. what could be done, its starts by making life matter, instead of paying to round them up and than housing them, the promises we make we should keep jobs jobs jobs not walmarts or fast food real jobs
Ahhh

Yucaipa, CA

#6 Sep 7, 2013
Rose wrote:
I know we are upset at the criminals in this valley , but we should not be surprised at this out come no jobs that pay no future for families unless you work for the city or state where is the future heading. what could be done, its starts by making life matter, instead of paying to round them up and than housing them, the promises we make we should keep jobs jobs jobs not walmarts or fast food real jobs
The whole country is in the same shape. When we became a consumer society, and fast food junkies, This valley went from farmers, to retirees, to criminals. Wal-Mart and Jack n the Box has become career choices. The loosers who move here turn to thieving, stealing cars, and overloading the wel-fare system. Normal people move where there are jobs--not the other way around. These loosers need to make better life choices, and stop looking for the government to finance their miserable lives. And by-the-way, people who choose to have families ie)kids, figure out how you are going to take care of(food, clothing, shelter) and educate them as well. Quit feeling sorry for these gang bangers, drug users, law breakers. Keep rounding them up and shipping them off. They are just creating more of the same.
DeportDontSuppor t

Hemet, CA

#7 Sep 8, 2013
Ahhh wrote:
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The whole country is in the same shape. When we became a consumer society, and fast food junkies, This valley went from farmers, to retirees, to criminals. Wal-Mart and Jack n the Box has become career choices. The loosers who move here turn to thieving, stealing cars, and overloading the wel-fare system. Normal people move where there are jobs--not the other way around. These loosers need to make better life choices, and stop looking for the government to finance their miserable lives. And by-the-way, people who choose to have families ie)kids, figure out how you are going to take care of(food, clothing, shelter) and educate them as well. Quit feeling sorry for these gang bangers, drug users, law breakers. Keep rounding them up and shipping them off. They are just creating more of the same.
Deport the many millions of illegal aliens who have snuck into the U.S.(undoubtedly, many will take their anchor babies with them.)
I saw report recently stating that the number of unemployed in the USA at this time is almost exactly the same as what the corporate media claims is the number of illegal aliens in the country.
Ship the illegals to their countries of origen and free-up jobs thaty're now occupying for AMERICAN CITIZENS. And don't believe the ridiculous lie that most illegals "pick our crops" since only about 4% are involved in agriculture; the rest are taking the jobs our unemployed -- especially our youth -- could be doing.

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