Denver police arrest 42 people at Union Station during drug raid

The Denver Police Department announced a large-scale operation at Union Station that resulted in the arrest of 42 people. with outstanding arrest warrants or engaged in illegal activities on Wednesday.

The Sheriff’s Department assisted the Denver Police Department (DPD) with the operation, according to a report.

Of the 42 arrests, 10 were felonies that included the distribution of controlled substances. The other arrests were misdemeanor warrants and drug possession offenses, according to DPD.

Since the beginning of the year, DPD has made more than 500 arrests at Union Station. Last Wednesday’s operation was the largest to date.

During the operation, the DPD outreach case manager contacted 10 people who needed help and connected them to area resources and services.

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