Cuyahoga County Sheriff SWAT Team/Warrant Unit Apprehend Violent Fugitives
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–In a two-day time span, Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Deputies sought after and apprehended three individuals with outstanding warrants for Rape and Kidnapping. Two of the three had additional warrants for related charges.
The Warrant Unit, which is currently comprised of seven deputies, arrests individuals with outstanding warrants, produces many new investigations based upon its work in the community and assists other municipalities and police agencies with search warrants and arrest warrants.
The primary area of responsibility for personnel assigned to this division consists of, but is not limited to, the full-time execution and service of both felony and civil arrest warrants, service of bench warrants issued by the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court, service of temporary protection orders (TPOs), out of state prisoner extraditions, and the apprehension of wanted fugitives throughout the jurisdiction of the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department. There are currently 11,198 active warrants.
The Warrant Apprehension Unit has assisted local, state and federal authorities by participating in a variety of crime intervention initiatives such as fugitive sweeps and traffic enforcement. Detectives assigned to the Warrant Apprehension Unit also provide support to other divisions of the Sheriff’s Department, including the apprehension of subjects wanted by the Intensive Supervised Probation Unit (ISP), Sexual Offender Unit, and the FBI Task Forces.
In these most recent arrests, members of the Sheriff's Warrant Unit scoured the Cleveland area, following up on leads and tips from undisclosed sources. Apprehended were Perry Londrico, wanted on four counts of Rape, two counts of Gross Sexual Imposition, and two counts of Kidnapping; Alan Wilson, wanted for Rape and Kidnapping; Darren Frazier, who was wanted for three counts of Rape, two counts of Importuning, two counts of Kidnapping, two counts of Assault as well as Public Indecency.
Sheriff Clifford Pinkney has tasked members of his Warrant Unit with bringing the most violent criminals to justice, in a commitment to continue to provide a safe community for Cuyahoga County residents. “These violent offenders have no place in our community,” said Sheriff Pinkney. “We will continue all efforts to bring them to justice.”
Booking Photos of Perry Londrico, Darren Frazier, Alan Wilson below.