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AG Paxton: Texas Operation ‘Lucky Charm’ Results in 21 Sex Offender-Related Arrests


The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) of Texas arrested 21 suspects for sex offender-related offenses during an operation earlier this year, Attorney General Ken Paxton announced last Wednesday. Between August and September of 2021, the Houston Fugitive Apprehension Unit (FAU) participated in operation “Lucky Charm” which focused on the arrest of suspects who have failed to register as sex offenders and who had sex offender registration violation warrants originating from the Houston metro area. “This operation, funded by the US Marshals Office, allowed Houston FAU investigators to work tirelessly to target sex offenders,” the OAG said. The 21 suspects…

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