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April 26, 2017 – Yesterday, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office conducted a directed enforcement detail at the Bear River Campground. They were assisted by the Placer County Parks and Recreation Land Management Division in a joint effort. Sheriff’s deputies met with several individuals while Parks and Recreation verified fee slips for those camping at the campground. Subsequent to this detail, four individuals were contacted at one site. During their investigation, K-9 Eros alerted on a vehicle at the campsite. A search and a records check resulted in four arrests. They include, Douglas Dow, 57 from Mattinez, for outstanding warrants, Kenneth Durbin, transient out of Couley, WA., for outstanding warrants, John Lemas, 54 out of Colfax, for outstanding warrants and Vicki Moman, 50 out of Auburn, for outstanding warrants and possession of methamphetamine.

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Yesterday, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office conducted a directed enforcement detail at the Bear River Campground. They were assisted by the Placer County Parks and Recreation Land Management Division in a joint effort. Sheriff’s deputies met with several individuals while Parks and Recreation verified fee slips for those camping at the campground. Subsequent to this detail, four individuals were contacted at one site. During their investigation, K-9 Eros alerted on a vehicle at the campsite. A search and a records check resulted in four arrests. They include, Douglas Dow, 57 from Mattinez, for outstanding warrants, Kenneth Durbin, transient out of Couley, WA., for outstanding warrants, John Lemas, 54 out of Colfax, for outstanding warrants and Vicki Moman, 50 out of Auburn, for outstanding warrants and possession of methamphetamine.The Bear River Campground is for lawful enjoyment. Guests and citizen’s safety is very important to Placer County and the Sheriff’s Office. You must obey all campground rules and follow all laws. If a citizen or campground guest has concern about individuals or conduct they feel is questionable, please immediately contact our non-emergency number at 530-886-5375 or 911 if appropriate.

Posted by Placer County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, 26 April 2017

The Bear River Campground is for lawful enjoyment. Guests and citizen’s safety is very important to Placer County and the Sheriff’s Office. You must obey all campground rules and follow all laws. If a citizen or campground guest has concern about individuals or conduct they feel is questionable, please immediately contact our non-emergency number at 530-886-5375 or 911 if appropriate.