The Hudson County Sheriff’s Office arrest 21 as part of a warrant sweep that began on Halloween, including a variety of charges that included unlawful possession of a weapon and aggravated assault.
The Hudson County Sheriffâ€™s Office has taken 21 more accused criminals off the streets following a Halloween Week Sweep initiated by Sheriff Frank Schillari.
This action comes after the office announced that 38 alleged criminals were arrested just a few weeks ago during an October Sweep.
â€œI would like to congratulate our officers for once again getting these alleged criminals off the streets of Hudson County,â€ Schillari said in a statement.
â€œOur residents are safer because of the work that we have done over the last few years and we will continue to send a message that if you break the law and commit a crime, there will be consequences. Our goal is to promote safety in all 12 Hudson County municipalities and that is precisely what we are doing.â€
Among the charges involved in the sweep were unlawful possession of a weapon, resisting arrest, theft, burglary and aggravated assault.