It seemed to me that the city of Pomona has an inordinate number of crimes erupting in the city.
Keep in mind that in late December, Pomona passed a special sanctuary state ordinance in the city to ensure compliance with California's lawless sanctuary state law SB 54.
While looking over a casual Google search, it is unmistakable that Pomona has turned into an overwhelmed crime hub.
Here's a statement from AreaVibes:
When looking at violent crimes, Pomona, CA has 12% higher than violent crime rate than California average, while remaining 29% higher than the national average. In property crime, Pomona, CA is 19% higher than the average of California and is 24% higher than the national average.
Check out some of the reports below, just from January 1 2018 to today:
January 7, 2018: “Pomona Police Major Crimes Task Force Conducts Operation
January 29, 2018: ‘That Person Tore a Piece of My Soul Out’: Wife of Pomona Man Stabbed to Death in [Pomona] Parking Lot Seeks Justice
February 14, 2018: Bicyclist hit by truck and killed in Pomona
March 1, 2018: 6 arrested in latest prostitution sweep in Pomona in well-known area
March 9, 2018: Pomona Police shut down 11 homeless encampments, arrest 17
March 11, 2018: 2 Pomona Police Officers Shot
April 28, 2018: Police: Bystanders disarm and detain Pomona shooter
May 21, 2018: Man Shot in Pomona Crashes into Vehicles
May 22, 2018: Pomona man arrested for human trafficking
May 23, 2018: Dozens of Los Angeles-area gang members arrested in major FBI raid in Pomona
May 29, 2018: Man charged with shooting at Pomona SWAT team in Azusa
May 31, 2018: College Wrestling Standout Critically Injured in Pomona Gas Station
June 6, 2018: 3 arrested, shooter still sought in Pomona robbery, shooting
June 23, 2018: Police: Two known gang members arrested after pursuits in Pomona, guns recovered
June 29, 2018: Cal Poly Pomona Parking Officer Fatally Stabbed, Suspect Killed
July 16, 2018: Pomona police investigate man's shooting death
Notice how Pomona is not much of a sanctuary.
In fact, it gets an F for its horrible crime statistics, and is now listed as one of the most dangerous cities in California.
But wait! Didn't Pomona pass a sanctuary state ordinance to help comply with the Sanctuary State Law SB 54?
So much for Pomona as a sanctuary city of any kind.