Police in East Hartford have arrested 43 people as part of an extensive warrant sweep.
On Tuesday alone, 24 people were arrested.
East Hartford Police Chief Scott Sansom said most of the warrants that were served were felony warrants.
“Removing such wanted people from the streets enhances the quality of life for our Citizens, and helps to ensure public safety. Thanks to the cooperative effort of these agencies on this warrant sweep, our community is now safer,” Sansom said in a press release.
Authorities from the East Hartford Police Department, the Connecticut Department of Corrections Parole Division, the Hartford Police Department, and the Manchester Office of Connecticut Adult Probation all contributed to the sweep.
The following individuals were arrested during the sweep:
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