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.