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Prieto speaks to Yolo court watch group

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From page A4 | July 26, 2013 |

Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto will speak with members of the public at the Vanguard Court Watch Council of Yolo County meeting on Sunday, July 28.

The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the Holy Rosary Pastoral Center, 503 California St. in Woodland. Community members are invited to come and learn more and ask questions or share concerns.

“We are providing an opportunity for the public to interact with different people in law enforcement in Yolo County,” said David Greenwald, executive director of Vanguard Court Watch. “People may have questions or concerns about a law enforcement matter, but don’t know where to go.

“We had the opportunity to speak with Lt. David Delaini from West Sacramento at last month’s meeting and the result was very positive,” he added. “After hearing from our guest speakers, the council will take public comment, testimony from invited speakers, and then deliberate in closed session to determine our course of action.”

The Vanguard Court Watch Council comprises 12 members — eight residents of Davis, Woodland and West Sacramento plus advisers who include retired California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso; Sacramento State professor James Hernandez, a gang expert; and attorney Anthony Palik.

Questions may be directed to [email protected].

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