(The AEGIS Alliance) – Nine sex offenders got apprehended during Operation Dunder Mifflin, an initiative that involved multiple agencies, led by the U.S. Marshals Service Scranton city, Pennsylvania.
The operation that had been dubbed after the newspaper business from the sitcom, “The Office,” which happens in Scranton, was accomplished in cooperation with the neighborhood cops between August 2 and September 17. Police managed to verify the addresses of 219 convicted and registered sex offenders residing in the city, the U.S. Marshals Service revealed in a press release.
Out of the 219, it was discovered that thirteen had been in violation of sex-offender-registration regulations. 9 of them got apprehended while officials on Saturday had still been looking for the other 4, they were all men.
8 of the culprits who were apprehended were men as well as one who was a woman, all between ages 22 and 48. Their convictions varied from criminal offenses such as indecent assault, sexual abuse of kids, and also statutory rape to corruption of underage persons, sex abuse, as well as involuntary deviant sexual relations.
The operation was additionally assisted by the Pennsylvania State Police Megan’s Law Section that needed officials to supply details to the general public on registered sex offenders who were residing, working, or studying in Pennsylvania.
Operation Dunder Mifflin got its name in honor of age 7 Megan Kanka, who had been sexually assaulted and murdered in 1994.
Four offenders sought for their outstanding warrants include:
Rafael Aguilu, a 43-year-old Scranton who was required to register for a conviction of Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse. Ricardo Reid, a 47-year-old Scranton man who was required to register for a conviction of a 2nd-degree sex offense in North Carolina. Bradley Runk, a 20-year-old Scranton man who was required to register for a conviction of Corruption of Minors. And, Almond Santos, a 30-year-old Scranton man who was required to register for a conviction of Indecent Assault, the U.S. Marshals Service wrote.
Anyone with information about these, or other fugitives, is asked to contact the U.S. Marshals at 1-800-336-0102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeffrey Childers – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.