Between January 22 and March 3 404 tons of debris, 13,950 needles and 5,279 pounds of hazardous waste were discovered in Santa Ana River Trail, California. The waste was found from a more than two-mile stretch of bike trail roughly from I-5 in Orange to Ball Road in Anaheim, the OCR reported. The Santa Ana River Trail was once populated by the encampments of homeless people but they were dismantled in late February. The bike path was home to more than 700 people, most of whom are now being house temporarily in local motels. Some homeless residents called the trail home for as long as a decade but the ever increasing size prompted city officials to take action.