Bags of trash are left on the bank of a pond in the River West-San Joaquin Parkway area north of Fresno in this June file photo. The city of Fresno is taking steps to crack down on illegal dumping, including potentially impounding the vehicles of registered owners who are repeat misdemeanor offenders.
Bags of trash are left on the bank of a pond in the River West-San Joaquin Parkway area north of Fresno in this June file photo. The city of Fresno is taking steps to crack down on illegal dumping, including potentially impounding the vehicles of registered owners who are repeat misdemeanor offenders. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
Bags of trash are left on the bank of a pond in the River West-San Joaquin Parkway area north of Fresno in this June file photo. The city of Fresno is taking steps to crack down on illegal dumping, including potentially impounding the vehicles of registered owners who are repeat misdemeanor offenders. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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