CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - The West Virginia State Police is touting a recent multi-state criminal patrol that led to more than 500 arrests.
The 6-State Trooper Project consisted of the Michigan State Police, Kentucky State Police, Ohio Highway Patrol, West Virginia State Police, Pennsylvania State Police, and Indiana State Police.
Officials say the participating agencies recorded a total of 542 drug arrests and 47 illegal weapon violations during the patrol last week.
The totals reported by the West Virginia State Police were 86 drug arrests and 4 illegal weapon violations.
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