SOMERVELL COUNTY – Somervell County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Tuesday morning of its involvement in a North Texas warrant roundup that took place Friday, April 1 at approximately 6 a.m.

The Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigations Division, Texas Rangers, Hood County District Attorney’s Office, Granbury Police Department, Hood County Sheriff’s Office, Bosque County Sheriff’s Office, Somervell County Sheriff’s Department and the Stop Task Force carried out the joint operation as a result of sealed indictments made March 30 by a Hood County District Court Grand Jury.

The indictments, made on the basis of organized criminal activity, were a result of an investigation that has been ongoing for over a year and began in Somervell County, a press release stated.

According to the Somervell Sheriff Greg Doyle’s office, the investigation “revealed the distribution of Methamphetamine by individuals, as well as several different individuals they used to supply them with large amounts of Methamphetamine.”

County officials said that names of the individuals arrested during the roundup would not be released until all are in custody and, as the investigation continues to unfold, investigators anticipate more indictments to be made.

There are still individuals considered at-large as of press time.