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REDDING, Calif. - A big 'quality of life' enforcement crackdown brought 10 arrests and 43 citations in Redding on Tuesday.
The Redding Police Department partnered with the Anderson Police Department, CHP, Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office in conducting Quality of Life enforcement throughout the City of Redding, Redding police announced.
Redding Police Crime Results:
- 10 arrested and booked into the Shasta County Jail
- 43 issued citations
- 29 issued infraction citations
- 8,000 pounds of trash removed
Teams of officers targeted the Henderson open space area and illegal camping and remove thousands of pounds of trash.
In addition, the Community Clean Up Crews partnered with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office Alternative Custody Program and used inmates to assist with the removal of over 8,000 pounds of trash and debris.
Teams of officers also patrolled downtown, Hilltop Drive, The Sacramento River Trail, and other city parks.
Representatives from Hill Country Health and Wellness Center, and The Good News Rescue Mission were also on hand, as a resource for the homeless.
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