Sheriff's Office cracks down on 'destructive' car clubs
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is working to curb what it describes as “the dangerous and destructive activities of some car clubs” in the city.
As part of that effort, police said Monday that the Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the Florida Highway Patrol, has made 11 arrests, issued multiple notices to appear, impounded 10 vehicles and written more than 200 traffic citations — many of them criminal in nature.
In addition, according to agency, officers seized three firearms, along with marijuana, LSD and heroin.
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