Trespass laws to be enforced at popular OHV site

The Red Bluff Police Department announced Wednesday it would begin enforcing trespassing laws on a piece of property located at Walnut Street and Baker Road that is frequently used by all-terrain vehicles.

In a press release the department said it had been contacted by several residents in the area in regards to the constant off road traffic of dirt bikes, quads and four-wheel drive vehicles that recreate in the hills of the area.

The Tehama County Air Pollution Control District has also investigated complaints regarding the amount of dust in the air.

The property crosses over parts of Bidwell Creek and runs parallel to Red Bluff Union High School.

The property owner has authorized the police department to enforce trespassing laws on the property.

The release said the department will, effective immediately, begin advising of trespassing violations and all persons in the area could be subject to arrest or citation.

"The police department understands that this property has been a popular location for trail riding enthusiasts; however, we are asking for cooperation from the public regarding compliance with the request of the property owner," the release said. 

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