A large probation bust, involving more than 10 officers on Wednesday afternoon, led to the arrest of four probationers in Turlock.
The Stanislaus County Probation Department was able to track two individuals on felony probation to a residence in the 200 block of Pedras Road.
Both of the individuals, whose names are not being released by the Stanislaus County Probation Department, had been outfitted with GPS ankle monitors and were located by officers using the tracking system.
Officers performed a search of the residence and located 10 individuals. Eight of those were under the jurisdiction of the Probation Department.
All 10 persons were cuffed on the front lawn while officers performed the search of the residence.
The search resulted in the arrest of four individuals for various violations of probation and drug possession charges. The names of those four persons are not being released by the Probation Department at this time.
Along with the arrests, probation officers were seen seizing several materials from inside the residence. The content of what was seized is not being released at this time.
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