Visalia Police Monitor Mooney Grove Park For Easter

April 12, 2009 12:00:00 AM PDT
Past history of gang violence and overcrowding prompt Visalia Police to take a proactive approach to Easter Sunday. More than two dozen police officers worked to keep gangs and alcohol out of Visalia's Mooney Grove Park on Easter Sunday.

Gang activity and overcrowding have been problems in the past. So today, police limited the number of cars inside to 650 and everyone had to have a ticket to park.

For the most part, visitors said they felt safe knowing 30 police officers were looking out for them.

Police did not make any arrests.

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