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56 warrants served in sweep

Christopher Dornblaser
505-5436/@YDDornblaser

A first-ever warrant sweep in collaboration between District Judge Jennifer J.P. Clancy and Spring Garden Township Police at the end of July resulted in 56 warrants served, according to a release.

The focus of the sweep was on warrants within the jurisdiction of Clancy's magisterial office, 19-2-05, but some were brought in on warrants from neighboring jurisdictions, according to the release. The sweep generated $6,780.75 in revenue, the release stated.

Officers from the York County Sheriff's Office and Northern York County Regional Police as well as state constables participated in the sweep.

Clancy said she intends to hold more sweeps, and anyone with outstanding criminal or summary warrants within Spring Garden Township or North York or West York boroughs are asked to handle them now at her office at 1410 Sixth Ave.

— Reach Christopher Dornblaser at cdornblaser@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @YDDornblaser.