During a monthlong sweep, RCCET personnel targeted locations countywide, arresting more than two dozen people, many of them convicted sex offenders. Valley News/Courtesy photo 
RIVERSIDE (CNS) - More than two dozen people, many of them convicted sex offenders, were arrested during a monthlong sweep in multiple cities carried out by members of the Riverside County Child Exploitation Team, officials announced today.RCCET personnel, composed of sheriff's deputies and peace officers from various municipal police agencies, targeted locations countywide from the beginning to the end of April, netting 26 arrests, according to the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.Officials said that in Hemet alone, 52 sex offender compliance checks were completed, resulting in 13 people being booked into jail for alleged failure to register with local law enforcement as convicted sex offenders under Penal Code section 290, and five people being booked for alle
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