The U.S. Marshals Service announced today that in their operation – Triple Beam – aimed at reducing violent gang crime in Oklahoma City that 262 arrests were made, including six on homicide charges, and they rescued five missing children.
A report from RochesterFirst.com provided additional details:
Operation Triple Beam, which ended on Sept. 6, also led to the arrests of 21 assault suspects, 21 burglary suspects, 88 weapons offense suspects and 57 drug offense suspects, according to a U.S. Marshals Service news release.
“Of the total arrests, 141 were confirmed gang members,” the news release states.“Of the total arrests, 141 were confirmed gang members,” the news release states.
Law enforcement officers participating in the operation seized 72 firearms, over 9 kilograms of narcotics and nearly $17,000 in currency, the news release states.
Five missing children were located, according to the news release, but the circumstances leading to their recovery weren’t immediately clear.RochesterFirst.com