Police and RSPCA seized 19 adult dogs and eight puppies including spaniels, lurchers, terriers, French bulldog and rottweiler in Dunmow operation.
Chief Superintendent Matt Nicholls, of Hertfordshire Constabulary, said: “Enforcement action remains our last resort.”
Figures from the animal protection charity show its officers were called to 72 litter incidents in Hertfordshire in 2020.
Hockerill Anglo-European College student dislocated his knee in kick-about on sports pitch during break
Van driver helping police with inquiries after woman's stationary BMW hit between Takeley and Dunmow.
The district council said: "We have had reports of several types of scams at the moment offering council tax refunds."
Warrants executed at five homes on Stortford Fields and Havers estates in response to concerns from residents.
At the passing out parade of 59-strong cohort there were 31 women – the largest number in one intake in the force's history.
Operation Gnome: "We often see an increase in thefts from gardens, sheds and garages during the spring."
Officers led by the force's Halo team are writing pledges on their palms to raise awareness of National Child Exploitation Awareness Day.
Electric scooters are currently permitted to be ridden only on private land with the landowner’s permission or as part of a Government trial.
Lorry driver Lee Firth, 48, a father of two and one of nine siblings, died at the scene of a three-vehicle crash on the A12 in Suffolk.
The Beacon Safeguarding Hub contacts an average of 340 medium-risk domestic abuse victims a month.
A caller claiming to be from the council suggested the Census form had been completed incorrectly and a fine had to be paid.
Victim, 20, was walking through Link Road car park when two males pulled him into a silver/grey, five-door hatchback.
Over the last four years, the Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd's Road Safety Fund has awarded over £1.2m to more than 70 schemes.