(BCN) – The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office and other agencies worked for days cleaning up loads of trash at a mobile home park in Stockton following a court order. A dead animal skull, sofa cushions, piles of trash and wood were just some of the items that could be seen on the grounds of the Stockton Park Village mobile home park, located at 1914, on Tuesday Auto Drive, before cleaning.

A spokesperson for the sheriff’s office said the reduction operation began last week. An existing court order was updated earlier this month by a San Joaquin County Superior Court judge to allow the county to reduce nuisance conditions, sheriff officials said in an article about the social networks. According to the post, last year 183 calls were made for service at the park and multiple operations were conducted at the mobile home park regarding trash, rodent and insect infestations and open sewers.

During the reduction, trash was removed, illegally parked trailers were towed away, and barriers were put in place to prevent future unauthorized access. Although the stench of old trash was still acrid, as of Tuesday the mobile home park had about four to six residents still residing on the property and a large amount of trash had been cleaned up.

The San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said that by clearing the area, they hope on-site service calls will decrease, allowing patrol resources to focus on other areas of need, according to the publication on the social networks. Cleanup of the mobile home park is expected to be completed this week.

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