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New sheriff commander has experience to improve service

 

Last updated 10/30/2021 at 4:21pm

Bell ringers at the Fallbrook ceremony commemorating 9/11 include, from left, Lt. Aldo Hernandez, retired Marine and local Realtor Bob HIllery and North County Fire Chief Keith McReynolds. Village News/Courtesy photo

Rick Monroe

Special to the Village News

Fallbrook is a great town, believes Aldo Hernandez, new commander of the Sheriff Department's substation in Fallbrook.

Still, the lieutenant has plans to improve the law enforcement here.

"There's a lot to address to make it better," he said. "We have great deputies and support, so there's a lot we can accomplish."

Hernandez' experience makes him well-suited for the position.

He joined the Sheriff's Department in 2001 and has a vast amount of experience from serving in the jails, patrol, investigations, narcotics and gangs. Being bilingual also helps...



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