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SLOW DOWN! School is back in session. Imperial County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Unit is reminding drivers to watch their speed around schools. When driving within 500 to 1,000 feet of a school while children are outside or crossing the street, the speed limit is 25 mph unless otherwise posted. Near schools, look for: Bicyclists and pedestrians. School safety patrols or crossing guards. Be sure to obey their directions. For the crossing guard’s safety, allow them to safely get to the side of the road before driving ahead. Stopped school buses and children crossing the street. When the bus flashes red lights (located at the top front and back of the bus), you must stop from either direction until the children are safely across the street and the lights stop flashing. The law requires you remain stopped as long as the red lights are flashing. #crimepreventiontiptuesday #backtoschool #slowdown
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On August 13, 2019, Sheriff’s deputies responded to the San Pasqual Elementary School, Winterhaven, CA, in reference to a report of a past occurred sexual battery on a six year-old female student. An investigation was initiated which led to the arrest of Jose Angel Torres-Carreon, a 43 year old from Somerton Arizona. The suspect was employed by the San Pasqual School District and it is alleged that the incident occurred during his working hours. Jose Angel Torres-Carreon was arrested on August 15, 2019 and was booked into the Imperial County Jail for allegations of lewd acts against a minor under 14 by force or fear, his bail was set at $150,000. The case will be submitted to the District Attorney’s Office for review and prosecution. No other victims have been identifed; however, anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact the Imperial County Sheriff’s Investigaitons Unit at 442-265-2045, or submit a tip online at youandblue.org
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On Wednesday, August 14, 2019 at approximately 11:19 a.m., Imperial County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Imperial Valley College (IVC) in reference to a subject making online threats to harm IVC students and staff. Deputies received information that the suspect sent text messages containing photos of the campus and several firearms. The suspect was identified as 21 year old Roberto Castorena from El Centro. An immediate search for Castorena was conducted by Deputies and Sheriff’s Investigators at IVC and in the City of El Centro, CA. Castorena was subsequently located in the City of El Centro and placed under arrest for making criminal threats. Castorena did not have any firearms in his possession at the time of arrest. Castorena was booked at the Imperial County Jail where he is being held on a $100,000.00 bail. The case will be forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for review and prosecution, additional investigative follow up will be conducted by Sheriff’s Office Investigators.
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The shopping continues! The Imperial County Sheriff’s Office partnered with CASA and Skechers today to supply students new shoes for the annual back to school shopping spree! Thank you CASA and Skechers! #icso #skechers #Casa 
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Congratulations to Imperial County Explorer Post 4500 on graduating. Explorers attended a week long, live-in academy where they received training in various Law Enforcement related disciplines. This included core concepts of leadership, team work, physical fitness and defensive tactics. @ San Diego, California
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Imperial County Sheriff’s Office partnered with JCPenney to host a Back to School Shopping Spree. Once shopping is complete, children are given a backpack full of school supplies and a complimentary haircut provided by JCPenney Salon. Thank you JCPenney! #ICSO #backtoschool @ El Centro, California
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The Imperial County Sheriffs Office is requesting any information regarding David Garcia-Tovar of Brawley. Please contact our investigations division with any information (442-265-2046) or direct message us. Thank you for your support and assistance.
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