York County sheriff deputies arrested 19 people during a warrant sweep last week.

The sweep was conducted by members of the criminal response unit throughout the county between March 10 and March 14, according to a news release from the York County Sheriff's Office.

Arrested were:

* Rick Michaels, 52, of York City; a bench warrant for retail theft and six district judge summary warrants

* Jeffrey Bair, 32, of Conewago Township; a bench warrant each for DUI and accidents involving damage to attended vehicles

* Michael Barton, 55, of York City; a bench warrant for DUI

* Daniel Trimmer, 25, no fixed address; a state parole warrant out of Cumberland County

* Luis Bones Sr., 32, of York City; a bench warrant for simple assault

* Hector Dejesus, 42, of York City; four district judge summary warrants

* Alison K. Hill, 35, of Shippensburg; a Dauphin County warrant for escape

* William Wilson III, 28, of York City; four bench warrants and a district judge summary warrant

* Shawn Martin, 33, of Manchester Township; a bench warrant and a district judge summary warrant

* Graham Gallagher, 34, of West York; a bench warrant for receiving stolen property

* David Williams, 36, of Red Lion; a district judge warrant for sale of firearms

* Russel Lloyd III, 18, of Paradise Township; a bench warrant for possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia

* Tina Livingston, 40, of York City; a bench warrant for prostitution and two probation detainers

* Lauren Hyslop, 34, no fixed address; a district judge warrant for false identification to law enforcement and two district judge summary warrants

* Christopher Hill Jr., 23, of York City; a bench warrant

* John Adams, 24, of Manchester Township; a bench warrant for DUI

* Dayle Phillips, 18, of Manchester Township; a district judge warrant for reckless endangerment and terroristic threats

* Kelsi Huber, 28, of West York; a district judge warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia

* Shawn Davis, 32, of Dallastown; a state parole warrant for burglary and theft and a district judge warrant for burglary and two summary warrants.

Unless otherwise noted, the warrants are from York County.

— Reach Greg Gross at ggross@yorkdispatch.com.