A massive fugitive hunt this week by federal and local officers has resulted in 322 arrests in Georgia.
The arrests included suspects charged with homicide, arson and sex offenses.
The hunt was part of a nationwide dragnet led by U.S. Marshals that rounded up 10,340 people over the past week.
The hunt involved 960 law enforcement agencies and focused mainly on local cases.
Fugitives arrested in Georgia included many charged with violent crimes.
Five are charged with homicides, three with arsons, 18 sex offenses and 58 assaults.
Among them was 21-year-old Marcel Baldwin, of Atlanta, who was found beneath a trap door in his kitchen. He was wanted on charges of assault and sexual offense against a child.
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