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CRIME SWEEPS ACROSS THREE CITIES LEADS TO 20 ARRESTS
 
Posted: 5/1/2017 12:00 AM
 
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office conducted a saturated crime sweep in the areas of Arizona City, Eloy, and Coolidge.

The PCSO Crime Suppression Unit worked with the K-9 Unit, Traffic Unit, PSCO Detention, Casa Grande Police Department, Coolidge Police Department, Eloy Police Department, Florence Police Department, and Pinal County Adult Probation to find and arrest people with outstanding warrants. There were 20 total arrests made during this two day operation.
  • Felony warrant: 2
  • Misdemeanor warrant: 7
  • DUI: 4
  • Drug possession: 4
  • Open container in a vehicle: 1
  • Misdemeanor arrests: 2

There were also a total of 74 field interview/traffic stops conducted. Forty-eight grams of marijuana and four “Oxy” were seized.

“The best way to focus on crime prevention and get dangerous criminals off the streets is by targeting and saturating an area. This program would not have been successful without the help of our partners. Working together is the only way we will be able to keep our communities safe.” Said Sheriff Mark Lamb.

These Crime Suppression Operations are conducted throughout the County. The last operation lead to 30 arrests, two search warrants and the arrest of a man wanted in an armed robbery.
Public Information Officer

520-866-5208
pcsopio@pinalcountyaz.gov



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