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Multi-Agency Roundup Targets N.C. Probation Violators

April 03, 2009  | 

Federal marshals and local police rounded up 60 probation violators this week in an intensive operation aimed at finding people who had been eluding authorities.

This week's efforts were the culmination of a fugitive roundup in the Raleigh area that started in early February, the U.S. Marshal's Service said in an announcement. Altogether, authorities made 109 arrests and cleared more than 120 warrants since the start of the operation, they said.

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