Jennings begins year long roundup - KLFY News 10

Jennings begins year long roundup

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So far in Jeff Davis Parish, one person has been taken into custody as Jennings Police are rounding up some of the city's drug suspects.

According to Deputy Chief Danney Semmes, Wednesday drug roundup is a result of a six-month investigation.

But, it's only phase one of a year-long initiative of continuing monthly round-ups. By day's end, police are expecting to arrest six people with connections to controlled substances. They expect to arrest up to 60 people by the end of the year.

If you have a tip regarding illegal drugs in the area, you can call the Jennings Police Department at 275-9002.

You don't have to leave your name and a reward is available if your tip leads to a substantial arrest.

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