The operation was successful, making 65 arrests to close 71 warrants, a 31% service rate for the over 200 warrants they attempted to serve at 212 addresses.
“The GOCCP grant is enormously helpful, enabling us to organize the manpower resources to place a focused effort on heroin trafficking, violent crime, and domestic violence. It’s a big effort but the return on time and investment is important to community safety,” said Captain Randall Cooper, Commander of Warrants/Criminal Operations. Arrests were made on warrants for First Degree Assault, Robbery, First Degree Burglary, Violation of a Protective Order, Child Abuse, Possession with Intent to Distribute (Heroin) and Domestic Violence Second Degree Assault.
For more information contact the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Press Information Office at 301-780-2773.