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More arrests made in 'Operation Blynd Justus'

(Source: KAIT) (Source: KAIT)
BLYTHEVILLE, AR (KAIT) -

Additional arrests have been made as part of Operation Blynd Justus.

A total of 5 suspects were arrested after turning themselves in, according to Mississippi County Sheriff Dale Cook.

Gary Bradford, Rodrek Hill, Tony Daniels and Vincent Talley reportedly turned themselves over to the Blytheville Police Department while Charles Jamison surrendered to the Mississippi County Sheriff's Department.

The 5 suspects were sent to the Pulaski County Jail in Little Rock Thursday morning.

They along with about 50 others arrested Tuesday are set to be arraigned in federal court in Little Rock Thursday.

Forty federal indictments have been handed down charging 70 people as part of Operation Blynd Justus.

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