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Sex offenders accounted for during U.S. Marshalls operation

May 1, 2014

The U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force, along with state and local law enforcement officers, joined together Wednesday to account for 94 registered sex offenders in Custer, Sherman, Valley, Nance, Boone, Howard and Greeley counties. Participating agencies included the seven counties previously listed, the MFTF and the Nebraska State Patrol. The goal was to ensure the state’s sex offenders are living and working where they are reporting and to gain compliance or arrest any who were not in compliance. The teams also focused their attention on arresting any violent fugitives living in the communities.

Due to the experience and local knowledge of the state and local officers, the successful one-day operation netted the following results: 85 offenders were found to be in compliance. The other nine offenders were not contacted and warranted follow-up by the counties. One arrest was made and approximately 3 grams of methamphetamine was seized during the arrest.

Custer County Sheriff Dan Osmond says all of those contacted in Custer County were in compliance, and no arrests were made in Custer County.

Although this operation concluded Wednesday, the U.S. Marshals Metro Fugitive Task Force, along with state and local law enforcement agencies throughout Nebraska, will continue to protect the public from violent fugitives and noncompliant sex offenders on a daily basis.

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