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By Cari Hachmann
Staff Writer 

Boosting patrols, low gang crime and the homeless discussed at Sheriff's Coffee with the Community


Last updated 4/4/2019 at 8:15am

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Lieutenant Ricardo Lopez responds to questions and concerns by community members at the Sheriff's Coffee with the Community event. He said the crime rate in Fallbrook is very low.

The Fallbrook Sheriff's Substation held "Coffee with the Community" Wednesday, March 27, at Brooktown Kitchen and Coffee. The meeting which began at 5:30 p.m. was attended by local community members and merchants.

"This is an opportunity for us to hear from you," Jake Kruger, Fallbrook Sheriff's crime prevention specialist, said.

Lt. Ricardo Lopez, who has served as Fallbrook Sheriff's Substation commander for eight months, was also there answering questions and hearing concerns from the public.

The first question asked was, "Has the substation requested more personnel?"

Lopez said, "Ye...

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