Redding Police Clean up Trash from Illegal Camps

Police officers in Redding have been working since the early hours of the morning to clean up huge amounts of trash from illegal camps around the city.

Posted: Jun. 12, 2018 12:12 PM

REDDING, Calif.—Police officers in Redding have been working since the early hours of the morning to clean up huge amounts of trash from illegal camps around the city.

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The site you can see in the video is located off Bechelli Lane and Hartnell Avenue.

Officers with the Redding Police Department have already collected several hundred pounds of trash.

Officers say it will probably take two days to clean up the entire site.

Action News Now has a reporter documenting their efforts and will have more on Action News Now at 4, 5, and 6 p.m.

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