Upper Marlboro, MD…The Sheriff’s Office Warrant/Fugitive Division in cooperation with the Bowie Police Department, the City of Glenarden, Capitol Heights, and Colmar Manor Police Department executed warrant sweeps in the last two weeks.
The Bowie sweep was comprised of six teams of Sheriff Deputies and Bowie Police Officers, who began the operation with 89 recently investigated warrants that resulted in 31 arrests to close 32 warrants.
Bowie Police Chief, John Nesky said, “Sharing resources for a joint warrant operation has always worked for law enforcement. Closing 32 warrants is an excellent result for my Department, for the Sheriff and for the citizens of our city.”
The second operation was held during the early morning hours of March 28 in central Prince George’s County with the assistance of Glenarden PD, Capitol Heights PD, and Colmar Manor PD. Two teams attempted service of 33 warrants that resulted in 15 arrests.
Warrant/ Fugitive Division Sgt. Minor applauded the sweeps calling it a “tremendous success”.
The suspects were transported to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections for processing.
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