(Wilmington, DE) -- Thirty-five people are facing charges from a crime blitz in North Wilmington and Claymont. Police agencies announced on Monday they were able to clear 48 active warrants over the course of eight hours Thursday. During the operation officers also found PCP, heroin, crack cocaine, prescription pills, marijuana and drug money. Police said the most significant arrest during the blitz was Morris Hudson, who was found during a traffic stop to be in possession of 66 grams of PCP, 37 grams of marijuana and suspected drug money.
Source: 24/7 News