The Hudson County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 38 people on outstanding warrants this month as part of their “Autumn Sweep” initiative.
“I am incredibly proud of our officers for the work that they have done to protect the people of Hudson CountyBy taking these alleged criminals off our streets, we are ensuring the safety of all our residents and improving the quality of life in our communities,” Sheriff Frank Schillari said in a statement.
“My office is sending a clear message to these individuals that if you break the law and commit a crime, there are consequences. With each arrest, we are accomplishing our core goal of promoting safety in all 12 Hudson County municipalities.”
The charges in the involved arrests include accused crimes of aggravated assault with a firearm, robbery, terroristic threats, criminal sexual contact and unlawful possession of a weapon charges.
These warrant sweeps are conducted throughout the year and demonstrate the commitment of the Sheriff’s Office to getting dangerous individuals off of Hudson County streets.