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Sweep Leads to the Arrest 11 Fugitives, Including Individuals Wanted for Violent Crimes in Middlesex County

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New Brunswick NJ,  the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit coordinated a two-day cooperative mobile deployment that led to the arrest of 11 fugitives in Middlesex County. This deployment is part of a comprehensive initiative to reduce violent crime statewide.

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Detectives from the New Jersey State Police Fugitive Unit, K-9 Unit, Violent & Organized Crime Central Unit, Real Time Crime Center Central Unit, and Gangs & Organized Crime Central Unit, along with members of the United States Marshals Service Regional Fugitive Task Force- Trenton and Newark Division, the New Jersey Department of Corrections Special Operations Group, the Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory, Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, and the New Brunswick Police Department conducted a two-day Mobile Deployment Initiative (MDI) in the Middlesex County area.
The targets for the operation were identified through various investigative means including street-level intelligence, patrol advisories, and information provided by the various units within the New Jersey State Police’s Intelligence Section, New Brunswick Police Department, Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, Franklin Police Department, and an analysis of current crime trends in New Brunswick, provided by the Real Time Crime Center Central Unit.
From Thursday, August 18, to Friday, August 19, a total of 11 fugitives wanted by state, county, and local law enforcement agencies were apprehended at various locations in Middlesex County. Those arrested were wanted for crimes including weapons/firearms offenses, aggravated sexual assault, robbery, and burglary. During the two-day initiative, all suspects were lodged at Middlesex County Jail.
“Together with our law enforcement partners we have taken another step to make New Jersey safer by removing criminals from our streets, including those wanted for crimes of violence” said Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin. “I commend the members of law enforcement who worked together to bring these criminal offenders to justice and improve public safety in Middlesex County.”
“Our mobile deployment initiatives remain a top priority in our continued endeavor to keep our communities safe,” said Colonel Patrick J. Callahan, Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police. “The success of this initiative can be attributed to collaboration with our law enforcement partners at the state, county, and local levels. We remain committed to utilizing every investigative tool at our disposal to ensure that these offenders are brought to justice.”
“The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office thanks our law enforcement partners especially the New Jersey State Police for this successful endeavor. Our continued joint efforts will ensure the safety of our community,” said Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone.
“The New Brunswick Police Department values the close working relationships we have with our partnering agencies, such as the New Jersey State Police, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, and the Franklin Twp. Police Department. These partnerships are invaluable in our efforts to reduce violent crime in our neighborhoods,” said Director Anthony A. Caputo.
Charges are mere accusations, and the accused are considered innocent until proven guilty.

One thought on “Sweep Leads to the Arrest 11 Fugitives, Including Individuals Wanted for Violent Crimes in Middlesex County

  1. But how long will they remain off the streets?

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