Operation North Star 2 Aftermath: EPIC Crackdown Amid Rising Violence

Here's a peek at what seems like a post-pandemic crackdown that signals somewhat of a return to normal in the world of law enforcement . . . Given limited "outcry" and somewhat complimentary coverage.

A glimpse at the deets .  . .

"Among the 833 suspects taken into custody nationwide, that includes 95 people wanted for homicide, 70 for robbery, 98 for weapons offenses, 200 for assault and 68 for sexual assault.

"Investigators also say they confiscated 181 firearms, more than $229,000 in currency and more than 160 kilograms of illegal narcotics."

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U.S. Marshals Service arrests 62 suspects in Kansas City in nationwide operation to combat violent crime

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The U.S. Marshals Service conducted a recent crackdown on violent crime that netted 833 arrests, including 62 in Kansas City. It was part of a nationwide effort dubbed Operation North Star 2, a 30-day effort focused on the top 10 U.S. cities with the highest homicide rates per capita.