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14 arrested and 14 firearms seized during Operation Consequences February 24th through March 1, 2024

HESPERIA, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Between February 24, and March 1, 2024, investigators from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department – Gangs/Narcotics Division, along with deputies from patrol stations, served 14 search warrants and contacted suspects at various locations in Yucaipa, Riverside, San Bernardino, Banning, Hesperia, and Joshua Tree.

During those contacts, investigators contacted gang members and persons prohibited from possessing firearms. As a result, investigators seized 1.75 pounds of suspected methamphetamine and one-quarter pound of suspected cocaine.

Additionally, 14 firearms were seized, which included one ghost gun. A total of 14 felony arrests were made. 

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors authorized funds for county-wide crime suppression. The intent is to provide additional funding to the Sheriff’s Department, allowing for increased law enforcement services related to quality-of-life issues affecting the communities in our county.

Operation Consequences will focus on conducting targeted crime suppression operations in the High Desert and the Sheriff’s jurisdiction surrounding the city of San Bernardino.

The operation will include personnel from the Sheriff’s Gangs/Narcotics Division, Specialized Enforcement Division, patrol stations, California Highway Patrol, San Bernardino County Probation, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and Department of Homeland Security Investigations.

Operation Consequences will take place over the next several months to curb violent crime, disrupt and dismantle targeted criminal street gangs, and locate and arrest criminals who are illegally possessing, manufacturing, and trafficking firearms. 


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