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Three Curfew Violators Cited In Recent Parole Sweep

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/12/2013

The Richland County Community Policing, Probation, Parole Partnership recently conducted a sweep of Richland County looking for probation/parole violators.

Officers from Richland County Court Services, U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force, Mansfield Municipal Court Probation, Mansfield Police Department and the Ohio Adult Parole Authority participated.

The sweep consisted of officers checking several locations in search of probation violators at large who had active warrants for their arrest.

This resulted in the apprehension of three individuals with active arrest warrants.

The sweep transitioned into checking area bars for those on probation.

Conditions of some offender’s probation/supervision prohibit them from being in liquor establishments and they have a set curfew.

This resulted in three curfew violations for which offenders will be sanctioned for accordingly.

Probation Officer J.J. Bittinger says, “This was once again a very successful operation. Tracking down those with warrants and those in violation of their conditions is key to managing the criminal offender population in Richland County. The Community Policing, Probation, Parole Partnership is a great example of how departments can combine forces and resources to achieve a common goal, a safer community.”

   
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