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By the numbers: forfeitures

Published March 1, 2007


The U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday that it recovered more than $16-million in cash and property from criminal forfeitures in 2006 in the Middle District of Florida - nearly $9-million of which was returned to law enforcement agencies in the district's 35 counties. Here's how local agencies made out.

$110,085 To the Hills- borough County Sheriff's Office.

$36,240 To the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

$32,336 To Tampa police.

$27,098 To the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

$12,964 To the Hernando County Sheriff's Office.

$9,395 To Plant City police.

$4,135 To Tarpon Springs police.

$2,366 To Clearwater police.

$2,366 To St. Petersburg police.

[Last modified March 1, 2007, 00:52:01]

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