Ten individuals in East Ridge were arrested Monday after police served a total of 17 warrants on a service operation.
The East Ridge Police Department’s SWAT Team and Fugitive Divisions worked to target subjects of felony warrants, subjects of misdemeanor warrants with whereabouts unknown and fugitives with outside jurisdiction known to be living in East Ridge, Corporal Robert Wade said in a press release.
The variety of offenses includes driving on a revoked license, criminal impersonation, filing false report, failures to appear, theft of more than $1,000, vandalism of more than $10,000, three aggravated domestic assaults, aggravated burglary and false imprisonment.
Wade said officers generated information on the locations of other fugitives and subjects of oustanding warrants, and additional arrests are expected to be made.
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