Sonoma County law enforcement officers conducted a probation violation sweep Wednesday night and arrested 10 people, according to a Santa Rosa police sergeant.

Officers checked on 29 convicted felons, including people on probation from county jail and those who had been moved from state prison to county jail under a state order reducing the state prison population.

The eight men and two women arrested were suspected of violating post-custody restrictions or were found to be wanted on arrest warrants, Santa Rosa Sgt. John Cregan reported in a press release.

They included people on felony probation for assault with a deadly weapon and drug convictions.

Probation violations found included possession of ammunition and a throwing star.

Five agencies participated in the effort.