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Deputies crack down on illegal off-roading

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July 24, 2004 02:10PM
MEAD VALLEY: Area landowners back the effort to cite people who are driving on their land.

08:32 AM PDT on Wednesday, July 21, 2004

By NATHAN MAX / The Press-Enterprise

MEAD VALLEY - The Riverside County Sheriff's Department began a crackdown over the weekend on off-road vehicle riders, who locals said are illegally driving on private property in unincorporated areas west of Perris.

The Riverside County Off-road Vehicle Enforcement program, or ROVE, kicked off Saturday with officers from the Perris and Lake Elsinore stations taking part, Riverside County sheriff's Lt. Pete Herrera said. No citations were issued over the weekend, Herrera said, but they will be in the future.

Operating off-road vehicles illegally on private property is punishable by a $100 fine for a first offense, $200 for a second offense and $1,000 and up to six months in county jail for a third offense, district attorney spokeswoman Ingrid Wyatt said......................................................

Deputies crack down on illegal off-roading

katrina island 1632July 24, 2004 02:10PM

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