Authorities in Oregon joined forces Thursday night to arrest a group of wanted people with outstanding warrants.
A total of nine people were arrested during the sweep, including two men on new charges, Said Jason Edmiston, Hermiston police chief. The people ranged in age from 19 to 55-years-old.
All the suspects were lodged at the Umatilla County jail in Pendleton.
Authorities from the Hermiston and Boardman police departments, Morrow and Umatilla sheriff’s offices, and members of the Blue Mountain Enforcement Narcotics Team helped arrest the suspects.