Spring Cleaning Nets 1,717 Arrests In Chicago

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Chicago police arrested 1,717 people–almost a third of them for drug offenses–during a 10-day crusade to rid three patrol districts of drugs and crime, says the Chicago Tribune. During Operation Spring Cleaning, which began April 8 Sunday, police impounded 217 vehicles, seized 69 weapons, and wrote 1,278 tickets. Police next will target drug dealers on
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