Lubbock County Sheriff's Office arrests child support offenders - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/23/10

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office arrests child support offenders

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office participated in a two-day child support roundup.

During this round up, the warrants division started with 39 warrants from the Attorney General's office. After two days of serving the child support warrants with just two teams made up of four deputies, 15 child support offenders were arrested and 18 child support warrants were cleared by arrest.

During the round up warrant officers located five pounds of marijuana and $4,000 dollars cash in a residence while serving a child support warrant.

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