The “Operation Clean Streets” warrant sweep led to a whopping 38 arrests in Lemon Grove last weekend.
Lemon Grove Patch has reported that members of the Sheriff’s Department, the San Diego Fugitive Task Force, the Court Services Bureau-Field Unit worked jointly to apprehend suspects. Those taken into custody, they said, had both misdemeanor and felony warrants.
Sheriff Sgt. James Blanton said that the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department had stepped up its efforts in the past year to bring those with warrants into custody. That effort, he said, can be expected to continue.
People who have outstanding warrants are encouraged to turn themselves into a local court facility between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.