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Nine People Arrested During Latest Probation Violation Sweep

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/18/2013 Nine people were arrested Tuesday night during a probation sweep conducted by members of the Richland County Community Policing, Probation, Parole Partnership. Fifteen officers from the Richland County Court Services, Mansfield Municipal Probation, Adult Parole Authority and the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force-Richland County Division, arrested four people for new indictments, four offenders who had warrants for violating their probation or parole conditions and one person for a warrant out of Mansfield Municipal Court. One of the offenders will be facing new charges after officers advised he cut off his monitoring bracelet and was found hiding in a suspected drug house. Officers conducted several home visits on other offenders to ensure their compliance with conditions set by the court. "This partnership among all of the agencies involved is priceless," says J.J. Bittinger, Task Force Officer with Richland County Court Services. "The ability to bring all of these various resources together is what makes it such a success. We were able to track down and find supervision offenders, who for various reasons, were on the run, and take them into custody."
   
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