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Commander and Chief Inspector
U.S. Marshals New York/New Jersey Fugitive Task Force
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Lenny De Paul
Commander Lenny De Paul is currently the Commander and Chief Inspector of the U.S. Marshals New York/New Jersey Fugitive Task Force and starred in A&E TV networks' TV series "Manhunters Fugitive Task Force".
Lenny DePaul, a former ...
Lenny DePaul, a former U.S. Marshals Service regional task force commander, believes the inmates may have been as meticulous in planning how to stay out of custody as they were in determining how to get out in the first place.
He suspects they're getting some help now, which makes authorities' job even tougher.
"You would think there would be a Plan B and C that these guys have developed," DePaul told CNN on Tuesday.
Lenny Depaul, a ...
Lenny Depaul, a US Marshals commander in New York, said a woman was shot once in the head in Pennsylvania.
Lenny DePaul, Commander / ...
Lenny DePaul, Commander / Chief Inspector U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force (NY / NJ RFTF), has worked as a U.S.
Marshal for 19 years.
In this interview, Lenny gives us insight into his team's strengths, experiences and strategies for catching fugitives.
The Marshals Service gave the green ...
The Marshals Service gave the green light for the series because of its public relations value, DePaul said.
"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