Monday, November 27, 2017

After Murders, Carjackings and Beatings at PECHANGA CASINO, Law Enforcement holds Active Shooter Exercises

After the crimes at Pechanga of Murder, attempted murder carjacking and beating of a customer (by Pechanga Security no less) tribe holds active shooter exercise.

Sheriff’s deputies, firefighters and emergency medical technicians flooded a Pechanga Resort & Casino parking lot as dozens of people – many seen complaining of injuries – were rushed out of the nearby employment training building. Several onlookers watched calmly from a nearby parking garage.

The surreal scene was part of a planned active shooter training exercise Wednesday night, Nov. 15, which included members of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Riverside County Fire Department, the FBI and Pechanga Tribal Rangers, among other agencies.

Jason Keeling, fire chief for the Pechanga Fire Department, said recent active shooter situations made members of the department decide it was important to start training for such incidents.

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