BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) - Investigators spoke at a press conference on Wednesday about a drug bust that resulted in 30 arrests.
Operation Crack Down began on Monday and continued through out the week.
Bainbridge public safety officers joined forces with Georgia State Patrol and Department of Community Supervision to arrest people with active warrants.
They were all wanted for drug related parole and probation violations.
This is an effort by the three agencies to get offenders off the streets.
"It takes a lot of manpower, a lot of money, we use our drug fund that we have the budget for every year. We use those drug funds for such investigations as this," said Investigator Chris Jordan.
They are still working to get eleven suspects into custody.