Five missing children are rescued during 60-day operation by US Marshals in Oklahoma  | #childabductors

Five missing children are rescued and 262 people are arrested including six homicide suspects during 60-day operation by US Marshals in Oklahoma

  • Operation Triple Beam was a collaboration between U.S. Marshals and local, state and federal authorities
  • The operation ran from July to September, and resulted in 262 arrests
  • Five children were also rescued during the 60-day sting, including the children of two gang members
  • On murder suspect was detained during the operation after escaping from the 12th floor of a prison by scaling the walls with a bedsheet 
  • Last month, U.S. Marshals launched a 14-day operation in Georgia that led to the recovery of 39 missing children
  • Nine people were arrested on sex trafficking charges 

A 60-day law enforcement operation in Oklahoma City has ended with the recovery of five missing children and the arrest of six murder suspects. 

Operation Triple Beam  – a collaboration between the U.S. Marshals and more than a dozen other agencies including the Oklahoma City Police Department – commenced July 6, with the aim of reducing violent crime in and around the city. 

Across the next two months, 262 people were arrested, including 141 confirmed gang members. 

Two gang members were taken into custody as part of the operation, accused of kidnapping their own children from a day care center. 

Operation Triple Beam – a collaboration between the U.S. Marshals and more than a dozen other agencies including the Oklahoma City Police Department -as ended with the discovery of five missing children and the arrest of six murder suspects

Chasady and Charles Hall – who are both reported to be in the Dungee Crip gang – were arrested on August 12 after the alleged abductions.  

At the time, their children were in the custody of the Department of Human Services. The kids are now back in foster care. 

Elsewhere, murder suspect and Surenos gang member Pablo Robledo was also arrested as part of Operation Triple Beam. 

Robledo has been in prison awaiting trial for first- degree murder after a shooting in March 2019. 

However, in July, he escaped from Oklahoma County Jail alongside his cellmate and suspected rapist, Jose Hernandez. 

The pair created a rope made of bedsheets and paper and scaled down 12 floors of the jailhouse to escape. 

Murder suspect and Surenos gang member Pablo Robledo was also arrested as part of Operation Triple Beam

Murder suspect and Surenos gang member Pablo Robledo was also arrested as part of Operation Triple Beam

The U.S. Marshals captured him several days later as part of their operation. 

‘We used all kinds of techniques and investigative techniques to try and locate him, and once again we were successful in getting him back into custody,’ Johnny Kuhlman, a U.S. Marshals employee, told KFOR. 

Elsewhere, Dkwon Littlejohn, who is reported to be a member of the Rollin 60’s Crip gang, was also busted during Operation Triple Beam. 

He is suspected of breaking into an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation vehicle and stealing a rifle. 

During the 60-day operation, investigators also seized 72 firearms, 9 kilograms of drugs and nearly $17,000 in cash. 

kwon Littlejohn, who is reported to be a member of the Rollin 60's Crip gang, was also busted during Operation Triple Beam

kwon Littlejohn, who is reported to be a member of the Rollin 60’s Crip gang, was also busted during Operation Triple Beam

‘Our primary goal with operations like OTB is to make communities safer,’ a statement from the U.S. Marshals read. 

‘When we arrest these violent fugitives, we are also removing guns and narcotics from our streets. We believe these efforts have an immediate, positive impact on the communities we serve.’ 

It comes less than a month after U.S. Marshals completed a 14-day operation in Georgia that led to the recovery of 39 missing children. 

That investigation – known as ‘Operation Not Forgotten’ – also resulted in the arrest of nine people on sex trafficking charges.  

It comes less than a month after U.S. Marshals completed a 14-day operation in Georgia that led to the recovery of 39 missing children

It comes less than a month after U.S. Marshals completed a 14-day operation in Georgia that led to the recovery of 39 missing children 


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