Soboba Band meets with county sheriff again
The Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians met with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department for a second time on Thursday.

Related between the tribe and the county have been strained since the fatal shootings of three tribal members by sheriff's deputies. Both sides say they are working together to address their concerns.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Department of Justice are taking part in the talks. California falls under Public Law 280, so the state has jurisdiction in Indian Country.

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