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Operation Parental Control: Police crack down on curfew violations by arresting parents

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Sgt. Johnny Williams reported 26 arrests during the Birmingham Police Department's Operation Parental Control. (abc3340.com) Sgt. Johnny Williams reported 26 arrests during the Birmingham Police Department's Operation Parental Control. (abc3340.com)

Parents in Birmingham are paying the price for their children breaking curfew in the city.

A total of 26 arrests were made by the Birmingham Police Department in connection with Operation Parental Control.

Parents with outstanding curfew violation warrants due to their children's non-compliance with the city's curfew ordinance were arrested in the operation. Officers also arrested several juveniles with outstanding warrants for misdemeanor and felony charges.

The operation took place at 3 a.m. Wednesday and began with a total of 66 outstanding violations and 10 juvenile pickup orders.

Breakdown of arrests:

23 outstanding curfew violations and failure to appear warrants were cleared.

Five misdemeanor warrants were cleared.

One Failure to Appear warrant on a Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substances charge.

Two felony juvenile pickup orders for Robbery 1st degree and Theft of Property 1st degree were executed. 


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