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Pasco: 91 people arrested in massive warrants sweep

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Pasco County Sheriff's Office and worked with other law enforcement agencies on a massive warrants sweep this week resulting in the arrest of 91 people.

The suspects were rounded up Wednesday and Thursday on 90 misdemeanor warrants, 45 felony warrants, three juvenile pickup orders and six child support warrants. Some suspects were picked up on multiple warrants.

The Sheriff's Office vice tactical narcotics team also made 27 drug-related arrests, separate from "Operation Clean Streets."

The other agencies involved in the effort included the New Port Richey Police Department, the Dade City Police Department, the Zephyrhills Police Department, the Florida Highway Patrol, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Florida Parole and Probation.

Pasco: 91 people arrested in massive warrants sweep 03/09/12 [Last modified: Friday, March 9, 2012 5:49pm]
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