10 Arrested In East Ridge Warrant Roundup

Monday, September 16, 2013

The East Ridge Police Department’s SWAT Team and Fugitive Division conducted a joint warrant service operation Monday. The operation targeted subjects of felony East Ridge warrants, subjects of misdemeanor East Ridge warrants whose whereabouts were known, and fugitives from outside jurisdictions known to be currently residing in East Ridge. 


A total of 10 individuals were arrested with a total of 17 warrants having been served. 


The warrants served were for a variety of offenses including driving on a revoked driver's license, criminal impersonation, filing false reports, failures to appear, theft over $1,000, vandalism over $10,000, three aggravated domestic assaults, aggravated burglary and false imprisonment.

In addition to the warrants served officers generated information on the locations of other fugitives and subjects of other outstanding warrants. Additional arrests are expected to be made as officers involved in the operation return to their regular daily duties and are able to follow up on the newly-gained information.



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