The Albuquerque Police made 93 arrests with offenders on outstanding warrants during a three-day-operation last week.
From Sept. 26-28, teams specifically focused on offenders wanted for violent and property crimes who had multiple felony warrants for crimes such as auto theft, burglary and robbery. This push was an effort to reduce these repeat criminal offenders from victimizing the community.
Five stolen vehicles were recovered in the arrests, and one firearm seized.
Of the arrests made, 11 of 27 warrants were in the Northeast Command area and three arrests from nine warrants served in the Foothills areas.
The Albuquerque Police Department arrested 93 offenders on outstanding warrants during a three-day operation. pic.twitter.com/E3KnDXbvDY
— Albuquerque Police Department (@ABQPOLICE) September 30, 2022