By Theresa Walker | [email protected] and Jordan Graham | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: January 22, 2018 at 7:11 pm | UPDATED: March 1, 2018 at 3:39 pm Apart from a visibly heavier presence of law enforcement officers and news media, the daily routines of hundreds of homeless people living along the Santa Ana River Trail went on as usual even as a plan to gradually evict them from their tent encampments got underway. Hardly anyone appeared to be packing up on Monday, Jan. 22, the day Orange County Public Works set for closure of a three-mile-long stretch of the bike trail from Ball Road in Anaheim to Interstate 5 in Orange to do cleanup work. On a warm, mellow winter day, radios played inside tents, volunteers handed out food and homeless people rode by on bicycles and scooters. The seemingly placid scene, though, belied deep anxiety among many who still had no clue where to go even as they heard polite and respectful warnings to leave from a contingent of around a dozen Orange County Sheriff’s Department deputies who went tent to tent. Richie Thomas, left, receives a prayer from Pastor Don Dermit and outreach minister Jeff Crowell as a… Read full this story
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