BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Police Division introduced Friday that 58 individuals had been arrested in a joint warrant initiative.
This joint operation, together with United States Marshals, Maryland Division of Public Security & Correctional Companies, Baltimore County Police Division and Baltimore Faculty Police, was focusing on people needed for home violence and at-risk people.
Police additionally served 97 open warrants for home violence assault, little one abuse, theft, tried homicide by shooting-at, in addition to second-degree homicide warrant had been all served. 4 handguns had been additionally seized through the initiative.
“To this point this yr, we’ve seen a 31% enhance in violent crimes associated to home violence. As our division continues to work intently with our companions to attach victims and potential victims to assets, it’s critical that we’re apprehending these accountable for violent crimes,” mentioned Commissioner Michael Harrison. “We are going to proceed to focus on those that want to trigger hurt to others and I wish to thank all of our companions who joined with our division in serving a few of these harmful warrants.”
The Division’s Warrant Apprehension Process Pressure led the initiative and carried out intensive background investigations, whereas additionally prioritizing enforcement based mostly on an offender’s felony background and lethality assessments.
“Tackling violent crime in Baltimore requires an all-hands-on-deck effort,” mentioned Mayor Brandon M. Scott. “The Joint Operations Warrant Initiative is a robust instance of how detailed collaboration between numerous companions and companies may help safeguard Baltimore neighborhoods.”
If you recognize somebody needed on a warrant please contact our Warrant Apprehension Process-Pressure detectives at 410-637-8970 or just dial 911.