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Posted: Thursday, June 2, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 12:03 pm, Thu Jun 2, 2011.

The Lodi Police Department, with the help of multiple law enforcement agencies, made nearly 50 arrests during a recent parole/probation sweep, said Sgt. William Alexander of the Lodi Police Department.

Of the 49 arrests made during the two-part operation, 25 were felony-related and 20 were parole violators, Alexander said. Three hundred and two locations were searched by members of the various law enforcement agencies.

The parole/probation sweeps took place in late May and featured a combination of 180 officials from the Lodi, Stockton and Galt police departments, San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department, San Joaquin County Probation, California State Parole, United States Marshals Office, Delta RATT (auto theft task force) and the Department of Homeland Security/Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Contact reporter Jordan Guinn at jordang@lodinews.com.

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