Feds Locking Up Fewer Fugitives Fleeing Serious Charges
Teams of federal agents assigned to track down people on the run from serious criminal charges are locking up thousands of fewer fugitives, even as more local police agencies say they lack the time and money to chase them on their own. Arrests by those teams, led by the U.S. Marshals Service, have plunged nearly 25% since their peak in 2009, mostly because the Marshals Service narrowed the types of cases its officers can investigate.
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