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Consequences increase for illegal skateboarding

 

Last updated 10/9/2008 at Noon



In the past, Sheriff’s deputies in Fallbrook have primarily issued verbal warnings to individuals illegally skateboarding and loitering on commercial properties. That level of tolerance is rapidly coming to an end, Sgt. Ron McCracken said.

From this point on, after one warning is issued, skateboarders trespassing on private property will be arrested and taken to jail, or juvenile hall, depending on their age, he said.

“I’m not against skateboarders, but when you can’t walk on the sidewalks safely, something has to be done,” McCracken said.

The sergeant explained that one of the...



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