Hopkinsville Police are working to make the streets of the city safer. Public Information Officer Paul Ray says 22 warrants and summonses were served Monday during a warrant sweep conducted by the department.
Ray adds events like Monday's are well planned out in advance.
He stressed the importance of making sure the criminal element was removed from the streets as soon as possible.
Monday's sweep led to the arrest of 18-year old Michaela Ware for four counts of theft by deception under $500; 22-year old Stephan Deshon Lovan for non-payment of fines, contempt of court, and 4th degree assault; 26-year old Edward James Nettles for failure to pay; 39-year old Deandre Corey Quarles for contempt of court; 45-year old James Walsh for theft by deception; 32-year old Douane Kevin Brown for contempt of court and probation violation; 32-year old Meghan Hennington for dogs and cats running at large; 40-year old Rochelle Colleen Baldwin for contempt of court; 44-year old Sylvia Denise Handy for contempt of court; and 35-year old Porshia Diane Adkins for contempt of court.
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