The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office conducted a roving patrol on March 11 that resulted in two dozen misdemeanor and felony charges, according to a news release from Capt. Phillip Young.

During a 12-hour period, Young reported that sheriff’s deputies issued 14 summonses. There also were 15 drug-related charges, as well as 15 misdemeanor and nine felony arrests. Charges included driving on a suspended license, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a concealed weapon.

“The purpose of the patrols was to increase the visibility of law enforcement on certain roads within the county and ticket offenders as necessary,” Young said.

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