Sheriff’s captain reports on crime trends in Rowland Heights

Rowland Heights residents are invited to meet with law enforcement officials, political leaders and school officials next week to discuss issues affecting the city.

The Rowland Heights Community Coordinating Council is hosting the 7 p.m. meeting April 9 at the Pathfinder Park Community Center, at the southeast corner of Pathfinder and Fullerton roads, RHCCC President Beth Hojnacke said in a written statement.

The meeting is to include two special reports. Capt. David Halm of the sheriff’s Walnut-Diamond Bar Station, which patrols Rowland Heights, will give a presentation on crime trends in the Rowland Heights area, Hojnacke said.

Additionally, Rowland Heights Unified School District Superintendent Maria Ott and other district officials will discuss the state of the RUSD budget.

Representatives of the offices of State Rep. Curt Hagman, R-Chino Hills, State Sen. Bob Huff, R-Walnut, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe are expected to attend.

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