The Marshals Service gave the green light for the series because of its public relations value, DePaul
"It's great way to show the hard work these men and women do every day," said DePaul, a brawny Navy veteran who spent five years in the Secret Service before joining the Marshals Service.
Lenny DePaul, Commander, US Marshal's N.Y./N.J. Fugitive Task Force (center) and Task Force Member Danny Potucek (right) stand outside the doorway of an apartment where they believe a fugitive is residing.
team is accustomed to early starts.
And late starts, for that matter.
"It's a 24/7 operation," he