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10 arrested in probation sweep in East County neighborhood

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EL CAJON (CNS) - A probation-compliance sweep at an apartment complex in Bostonia resulted Wednesday in 10 arrests on suspicion of drug charges, outstanding warrants and other offenses.

The multi-agency operation in the 400 block of East Bradley Avenue in the unincorporated Bostonia area began at 6:45 a.m. and ran for about three hours, according to sheriff's officials.

The area has seen a 57 percent increase in crime this year, as compared with 2012, authorities said.

The following adults were taken into custody during the sweep, along with two juveniles whose names were withheld because they are underage: Cory Bullington, 21, Neil Downey, 24, Brok Galea, 19, Patricia Garcia, 44, Marc Gressingh, 32, Angela Hunt, 24, Jamillha White, 24, and Jamie Ziemer, 24.

One of the minors was booked into juvenile hall, and the other was cited and released, sheriff's officials said.

Personnel from numerous local and federal agencies took part in the operation.

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