Operation Zero Hour nets 123 arrests in Robeson County, other locations

Operation Zero Hour nets 123 arrests in Robeson County, other locations

On Friday, the U.S. Marshals Service, eastern district of North Carolina, held a press conference in Lumberton to announce the results of a law enforcement initiative called "Operation Zero Hour."

Starting Tuesday, various law enforcement agencies arrested approximately 123 individuals, served 170 warrants and seized a number of weapons, according to a press release.

The charges include: murder; attempted murder; manslaughter; robbery; aggravated assault; kidnapping; sexual assault; child molestation; and parole and probation violations.

Arrests were made across Robeson County and in other areas of the U.S.

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