The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department recently purchased four new jet skis. They were first christened in the reservoir's waters during the July 4 weekend. They have been a great tool for the department and allow the law enforcers to get closer to boats. Also, they don't stick out as much as a big patrol boats. They have already seen a decrease in horseplay activity. Stanislaus County SO Deputies Greg Smith, left rear, and Dave Santson, center foreground, do a boat stop at Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, Saturday afternoon.
( Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department recently purchased four new jet skis. They were first christened in the reservoir's waters during the July 4 weekend. They have been a great tool for the department and allow the law enforcers to get closer to boats. Also, they don't stick out as much as a big patrol boats. They have already seen a decrease in horseplay activity. Stanislaus County SO Deputies Greg Smith, left rear, and Dave Santson, center foreground, do a boat stop at Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, Saturday afternoon. ( Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee) Modesto Bee
The Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department recently purchased four new jet skis. They were first christened in the reservoir's waters during the July 4 weekend. They have been a great tool for the department and allow the law enforcers to get closer to boats. Also, they don't stick out as much as a big patrol boats. They have already seen a decrease in horseplay activity. Stanislaus County SO Deputies Greg Smith, left rear, and Dave Santson, center foreground, do a boat stop at Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, Saturday afternoon. ( Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee) Modesto Bee

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