The New Haven Police Department arrested 13 people who investigators said were non-compliant sex offenders and individuals wanted for domestic violence charges in the Elm City on Wednesday.
The following arrested were made during joint sex offender operation between police and U.S. Marshals:
During the operation, police said they arrested a suspect wanted for an attempted murder in Puerto Rico. Police added that the suspect, who was found on Bassett Street in New Haven, allegedly shot his girlfriend during a dispute.
Besides the New Haven Police Department and U.S. Marshals, members of the Connecticut State Probation, Connecticut State Parole and Connecticut State Police were part of the operation.
Wednesday's operation was the sixth involving the the New Haven Police Department and U.S. Marshals. It was 11th similar operation by U.S. Marshals, who were given primary responsibility to locate and apprehend non-registered or non-compliant sex offenders throughout the United States, in Connecticut since 2011.
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