PALMDALE - On November 6, 2019, California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) investigators assisted Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputies from the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station with a license plate enforcement operation aimed at confirming current vehicle registration and detecting stolen vehicles.
The enforcement operation was set up was set up in Palmdale city limits in areas that experience a high volume of commuter traffic. During the operation, investigators and deputies issued 108 citations for varied traffic violations, they cited or arrested two drivers for driver license violations, found one person with a warrant and had 28 vehicles towed.
“These types of enforcement operations are an efficient way of making sure vehicles are properly registered, and finding vehicles that have been stolen,” said California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) President Alan Barcelona. “It makes great sense to have these two law enforcement teams pair up for this type of enforcement.”