Sheriff Boudreaux announced seven men were arrested over the weekend following an operation similar to “Dateline NBC: To Catch a Predator.”
The fire burned over 22,000 acres by August 25, and is active within areas of 80-100% tree mortality from drought and bark beetle infestation.
Sheriff Mike Boudreaux announced a special operation entitled “Operation Baby Face” that culminated with multiple arrests on August 11, 2016.
Supervisors took the first step in the enormous task to remove dead and dying trees up in the mountains that pose a hazard to public safety and mountain roads in the County.
Tulare County Public Health branch has confirmed two Zika virus cases after getting bitten by mosquitoes during recent travels.
The County of Tulare, in partnership with the Tulare County Superior Court, Judicial Council, Tulare County Sheriff’s Office, and in coordination with other local agencies, will be conducting an active shooter training drill on August 18.
Board of Supervisors officially declared August as Child Support Awareness Month in Tulare County.
The latest issue of the Around Tulare County newsletter.
County office spacing, relocation and improvement programs underway.
“The judge’s decision and the jury verdict confirm the personnel actions taken by the County to terminate employees for multiple documented causes including the gross misuse of county resources and repeated dishonesty on the job were entirely justified,” said Mike Ennis, Chairman, Tulare County Board of Supervisors.