Lake Elsinore City Council meeting convenes on a somber note

The Lake Elsinore City Council celebrates with Lake Elsinore Code Enforcement Manager Fred Lopez and his team as they are presented with the inaugural Jill Robinson Award from the Code Enforcement Officer Safety Foundation. Valley News/Jovanny R. Huerta photo
Mayor Natasha Johnson had closed the Jan. 10 City Council meeting in memory of slain Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Isaiah Cordero. With a heavy heart, she adjourned the Jan. 24 meeting in memory of RSO Dept. Darnell Calhoun, who was killed in the line of duty answering a call in Lake Elsinore on Jan. 13.The most recent meeting began with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office 2022 Fourth Quarter Statistical Update presented by Lt. Clark. The office had 4,063 calls for service in October, 3,423 in November and 3,539 in December. Total traffic citations were 420 in Oct., 549 in Nov. and 543 in Dec. DUI arrests numbered 10 in Oct., 17 in Nov. and 25 in Dec. Clark said they felt one reason for the increase in DUI arrests in Dec. was the grant-funded DUI patrols conducted that month.
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