A total of 38 people were arrested in York County on outstanding warrants during the month of November, according to an announcement made today by Maine State Police.

Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety, said State Police conducted the roundup with assistance from the York County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Marshals Service.

“There were a number of outstanding warrants that were beginning to pile up,” McCausland explained.

In all, 52 separate charges were filed against the suspects. Those charges ranged form robbery, burglary, aggravated assault and receiving stolen property to drug charges, failure to report for jail sentences, habitual traffic offender, driving drunk and operating after suspension.

Among those arrested were: Corry Christensen, 20, of Hollis, who had been wanted for the past two years for aggravated assault in which he allegedly struck a person in the head with a baseball bat; and Shaun Buck, 33, of Portland, who had been wanted by Portland police for possession of drugs, violation of bail, criminal forfeiture and probation revocation.

Buck initially provided officers with a false name, but troopers were able to identify his tattoos and placed him under arrest.

Three people were also arrested for being a fugitive from justice for charges pending against them in New Hampshire.