Deadly Force: In the Streets with the U.S. Marshals

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Random House Publishing Group, Feb 22, 2012 - True Crime - 480 pages
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A riveting and disturbing true account of Federal Marshal Luke Zitto, whose hunt for a vicious killer leads him to a man who raped a fellow marshal, only to discover that one of these criminals is being protected by the government.
 

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Founded in 1789, the United States Marshals Service is the oldest law enforcement agency in the United States. In this book, Stroud (Iron Brave, LJ 11/15/94) attempts to provide an inside story of ... Read full review

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DETROIT MICHIGANSeptember 1991
BOOK ONETHE YELLOW MAN
1700 HoursFriday January 13 1995La Luna Negra Delivery and Storage144th Street and Timpson PlaceThe South Bronx
1705 HoursFriday January 13 1995Interagency Fugitive OperationsFederal BuildingCourt StreetBrooklyn
1710 HoursFriday January 13 1995La Luna Negra Delivery and Storage144th and Timpson PlaceThe South Bronx
1716 HoursFriday January 13 1995Interagency Fugitive OperationsFederal BuildingCourt StreetBrooklyn
1717 HoursFriday January 13 1995La Luna Negra Delivery and Storage144th and Timpson PlaceThe South Bronx
1725 HoursFriday January 13 199541st Precinct Patrol Unit Five FrankHunts PointThe South Bronx
2200 HoursSunday May 22 1994Quality Industrial CleanersNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
2300 HoursSunday May 22 1994Dumbarton StreetGeorgetown Washington DC
0600 HoursSaturday January 14 1995Court StreetCobble HillBrooklyn
0235 HoursMonday May 23 1994US Marshals Service Unit Bravo SixteenInterstate 95
0455 HoursMonday May 23 1994Holding Cell BNew Jersey State Patrol Substation
1135 HoursMonday May 23 1994Cheong Sammys Chinese RestaurantNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1330 HoursMonday May 23 1994District of Columbia Police HeadquartersJudiciary SquareWashington DC
0900 HoursSaturday January 14 1995Cobble Hill DinerCourt StreetBrooklyn

1730 HoursFriday January 13 1995Interagency Fugitive OperationsFederal BuildingCourt StreetBrooklyn
1745 HoursFriday January 13 1995La Luna Negra Delivery and Storage144th and Timpson PlaceThe South Bronx
1750 HoursFriday January 13 1995Patrol Unit Five FrankHunts Point MarketThe South Bronx
1800 HoursFriday January 13 1995Interagency Fugitive OperationsFederal BuildingCourt StreetBrooklyn
1809 HoursFriday January 13 1995La Luna Negra Delivery and Storage144th and Timpson PlaceThe South Bronx
2330 HoursFriday January 13 1995US Marshals Mobile Unit Bravo SixteenTenbroeck Avenue and AllertonThe Bronx
2355 HoursFriday January 13 1995The Harbor Light HotelCrotona Park NorthThe Bronx
0200 HoursSaturday January 14 1995US Marshals Squad RoomBronx Borough Hall161st and Grand ConcourseThe South Bronx
0400 HoursSaturday January 14 1995Cobble HillBrooklyn
BOOK TWOFINKS
2150 HoursSaturday May 21 1994Dumbarton StreetGeorgetown Washington DC
2200 HoursSaturday May 21 1994Henry Bacon Drive The Federal MallWashington DC
2255 HoursSaturday May 21 1994Room 4A The ZanzibarK Street SoutheastWashington DC
0030 HoursSunday May 22 1994The ZanzibarK Street SoutheastWashington DC
1200 HoursSunday May 22 1994Eight Ball CinemaG Street and South Carolina AvenueWashington DC
1233 HoursSunday May 22 1994Quality Industrial CleanersNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1240 HoursSunday May 22 1994Dumbarton StreetGeorgetown Washington DC
1350 HoursSunday May 22 1994Kalorama CrescentAdams MorganWashington DC
1400 HoursSunday May 22 1994Vietnam Veterans MemorialThe MallWashington DC
1410 HoursSunday May 22 1994The Washington MonumentWashington DC
1500 HoursSunday May 22 1994Kalorama CrescentAdams MorganWashington DC
1700 HoursSunday May 22 1994US Marshals Service Headquarters600 Army Navy DriveArlington Virginia
1900 HoursSunday May 22 1994Paddy Rileys Bar and GrillM Street NWGeorgetown Washington DC
1430 HoursMonday May 23 1994US Marshals Service Unit Bravo SixteenPierce Street and North CapitolWashington DC
1440 HoursMonday May 23 1994Quality Industrial CleanersNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1441 HoursMonday May 23 1994Cheong Sammys Chinese RestaurantNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1445 HoursMonday May 23 1994US Marshals Service Unit Bravo SixteenNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1500 HoursMonday May 23 1994Operation Swallow Mobile Unit 23Treasury Joint Task ForceNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1505 HoursMonday May 23 1994Cheong Sammys Chinese RestaurantNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
1507 HoursMonday May 23 1994Quality Industrial CleanersNorth Capitol StreetWashington DC
BOOK THREECLOSURE
1100 HoursSaturday January 14 1995BrooklynQueens ExpresswayAstoria Queens
1200 HoursSaturday January 14 1995US Marshals Squad RoomThe South Bronx
1400 HoursSaturday January 14 1995Split Rock Golf CoursePelham Bay ParkNorth Bronx
0200 HoursThursday January 19 1995Mile Marker 106Interstate 81 NorthboundCentral New York State
0400 HoursThursday January 19 1995Apex Muffler ShopMiller and Main StreetTully New York
0500 HoursThursday January 19 1995Apex Muffler ShopMiller and Main StreetTully New York
0600 HoursThursday January 19 1995Apex Muffler ShopTully New York
0745 HoursThursday January 19 1995DC Police HeadquartersJudiciary SquareWashington DC
0800 HoursThursday January 19 199548th PrecinctDetective Area Task ForceCross Bronx Expressway at Bathgate
1300 HoursMonday January 23 1995United States Marshals OfficeBuffalo New York
1330 HoursMonday January 23 1995United States Marshals OfficeBuffalo New York
1500 HoursMonday January 23 1995Pedestrian WalkwayThe Rainbow BridgeThe USCanadian BorderNiagara Falls New York
Notes on the Material
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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Carsten Stroud is the author of the New York Times bestseller Close Pursuit and the award-winning Sniper's Moon, both set in the New York City Police Department. His critically acclaimed book, Black Water Transit, has been bought by Bruce Willis, with filming set to begin in March 2005. Stroud lives with his wife, writer and researcher Linda Mair, in Thunder Beach, on the Lake Huron shoreline.

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