HEMET (CNS) - Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco is seeking a $264,107 state grant to strengthen enforcement capability within mountainous and desert areas south and east of Hemet that are plagued with unlicensed marijuana growers and recreational enthusiasts driving off-road vehicles over terrain that's off-limits.The California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Grant would bolster the sheriff's Hemet station's efforts to crack down on off-roading in Aguanga, Anza, East Hemet, Garner Valley, Gilman Hot Springs, Green Acres, Idyllwild and Mountain Center, as well as on reservation land belonging to the Cahuilla, Ramona, Santa Rosa and Soboba tribes, according to the sheriff's department.According to the agency, in some locations there are local, state and federal fo
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