Approximately, 30 criminal warrants and summons were served as a part of a Carroll County warrant sweep.
What is a Carroll County warrant sweep?
Warrant sweeps are conducted to make sure outstanding warrants for people are served.
An arrest warrant is a warrant issued by a judge, which authorizes the arrest and detention of an individual.
A criminal summons is issued by a police officer for minor criminal matters. A summons requires you to appear in court at the date and time listed for your arraignment. If you fail to appear, a warrant will be issued for your arrest.
The Carroll County warrant sweep was conducted by 15 law enforcement agencies, including: Maryland State Police; Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Westminster Police Department, Sykesville Police Department, Taneytown Police Department, Hampstead Police Department, Manchester Police Department, Baltimore County Police Department, York County Police Department, and Adams County Police Department.
It was the third Carroll County warrant sweep in 13 months.
Most of the warrants or summons were for violations of probation. However, other criminal charges ranged from sex offenses, second-degree assault, drug possession, malicious destruction of property and failure to appear.
If you were arrested on a warrant or served with a criminal summons in Carroll County, Maryland, then you need a local Carroll County Criminal Defense Attorney.
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