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More than 30 warrants delivered in Carroll County in warrant sweep

More than 30 warrants and criminal summons were delivered to almost 30 people in Carroll County as a result of a warrant sweep.

The sweep was conducted through cooperation between 15 law enforcement agencies, including Maryland State Police; the Carroll County Sheriff's Office; the Westminster, Sykesville, Taneytown, Hampstead and Manchester police departments; Baltimore County police; York County, Pennsylvania, police; and Adams County, Pennsylvania, police, according to a State Police news release.

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According to the release, warrants or criminal summons were delivered to Anthony Beaver, 34, Darin Beck, 21, Cornell Bell, 21, Ernest Brown, 49, Richard Bull, 26, Christian Cintron, 23, Brett Dillon, 34, Devin Dixon, 24, Juanita Forbes, 47, Alexander Gough, 50, David Harney, 28, Patricia Kelly, 50, Holly Larson, 32, George Lawless, 31, Mark Leatherwood, 50, Rhonda Lewisberg, 67, Eric Lovewell, 41, Joseph Massicott, 24, William Melton, 27, Hattie Miller, 30, Daniel Rathkamp, 29, Christopher Schuyler, 27, Nicholas Stonesifer, 38, Jonathan Tischer, 23, Dillan Walter, 27, Frank Weston, 45, and Ashley Wetherbee, 29.

It was the third warrant sweep for people who were in Carroll County — though not necessarily permanent residents of the county — in 13 months, said Greg Shipley, Maryland State Police spokesman.

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"Just regular, good, routine police work," Shipley said.

Most of the warrants or summons were for violations of probation, he said. Other charges ranged from sex offenses, second-degree assault, possession, malicious destruction of property and failure to appear, according to the release.

Warrant sweeps are conducted to make sure outstanding warrants for people are served, Shipley said.

"Warrants have a tendency to accumulate," he said.

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