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CANNABIS REGULATION TASK FORCE SEIZES HUNDREDS OF PLANTS,  ARRESTS TWO PEOPLE DURING SEARCH WARRANT AT TEMECULA HOME

CANNABIS REGULATION TASK FORCE SEIZES HUNDREDS OF PLANTS, ARRESTS TWO PEOPLE DURING SEARCH WARRANT AT TEMECULA HOME

TEMECULA – Two people suspected of utility theft while operating an illegal indoor marijuana grow were arrested during a search warrant served today, March 25, 2020, at a Temecula home by the Riverside County Cannabis Regulation Task Force (CRTF), which is led by the DA’s Bureau of Investigation. 


DA’S BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION SETS UP HOTLINE NUMBER  TO REPORT POSSIBLE PRICE GOUGING

DA’S BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION SETS UP HOTLINE NUMBER TO REPORT POSSIBLE PRICE GOUGING

RIVERSIDE – The DA’s Bureau of Investigation has set up a hotline number to report suspected price gouging during the current COVID-19 coronavirus state of emergency. 


DA’S OFFICES NOW CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  FOLLOWING GOVERNOR’S ‘STAY AT HOME’ ORDER

DA’S OFFICES NOW CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE FOLLOWING GOVERNOR’S ‘STAY AT HOME’ ORDER

Victims of crime needing emergency services and law enforcement agencies will still be assisted

RIVERSIDE – Today, March 20, 2020, District Attorney Mike Hestrin announced that all regional offices will be closed until further notice due to the order from Gov. Gavin Newsom for Californians to “stay at home”. 


The governor’s order is for all residents to stay home unless they are conducting critical or essential functions. 


DA HESTRIN ISSUES WARNING TO PRICE GOUGERS  DURING THE CURRENT STATE OF EMERGENCY

DA HESTRIN ISSUES WARNING TO PRICE GOUGERS DURING THE CURRENT STATE OF EMERGENCY

RIVERSIDE – District Attorney Mike Hestrin warns all business owners and those who provide services to the public that price gouging will not be tolerated during the current state of emergency due to the COVID-19 coronavirus health crisis.

RIVERSIDE – District Attorney Mike Hestrin warns all business owners and those who provide services to the public that price gouging will not be tolerated during the current state of emergency due to the COVID-19 coronavirus health crisis. 


“The District Attorney’s Office will be vigilant in protecting the public and consumers during this health crisis,” Hestrin said. 


DA’S OFFICE SUSPENDS NORMAL COURT OPERATIONS  AND REDUCES OFFICE HOURS DUE TO COVID-19 HEALTH CRISIS

DA’S OFFICE SUSPENDS NORMAL COURT OPERATIONS AND REDUCES OFFICE HOURS DUE TO COVID-19 HEALTH CRISIS

RIVERSIDE – Due to the current COVID-19 coronavirus health crisis, the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office has suspended normal court operations other than those essential to the criminal justice system and has reduced the hours our office will be open to the public.

RIVERSIDE – Due to the current COVID-19 coronavirus health crisis, the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office has suspended normal court operations other than those essential to the criminal justice system and has reduced the hours our office will be open to the public.

 
The DA’s Office will continue to meet its public safety obligation while also safeguarding the health and welfare of our employees, and of the victims of crime and community that we serve. We will continue to handle in-custody filings and other essential government functions. 


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