Local Law Enforcement Agencies Check on Sex Offenders
It's called "Operation SPOC 3."
As children hit the streets to play during their summer break, law enforcement wants to make sure they're safe.
TV20's Sarah Pusateri shows us why several sex offenders are now behind bars.
A team of more than 30 law enforcement officers from five different agencies met at the Marion County Sheriff's Office Friday night.
Sex offenders not following the rules were taken to jail, and all offenders on probation have a nightly curfew.
Seven offenders were arrested for failing to comply with sex offender requirements.
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