- The Enterprise
- The Recorder
In an annual joint warrant sweep, the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office and the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Child Support Enforcement Division arrested 21 people Wednesday, Oct. 3, that closed 28 warrants.
Five sheriff’s deputies and two detention center officers from Calvert County and 14 deputies from Prince George’s County worked to locate individuals for whom there were outstanding child support warrants thought to be living in Prince George’s County, according to a Prince George’s sheriff’s office press release. As a result, 15 Prince George’s warrants and 13 Calvert warrants were closed. The total amount of arrears associated with the arrests was $30,134.73, the press release states.
“This is the 10th year we’ve partnered with Calvert County and it continues to be successful for both agencies,” said Child Support Enforcement Division Commander Lt. Joyce Bowers in a written statement. “We’ve closed a lot of warrants that will result in a lot of money going to support children.”