The operation was presumably named in honor of the hit sitcom “The Office,” which takes place at a fictional paper company named Dunder Mifflin in Scranton.
Despite the operation’s name, the mission was serious.
Of the offenders, 13 were found to be in violation of sex offender registration laws, nine were arrested and four are still being sought for violations, the release said.
Eight of the arrested offenders were men and one was a woman, all between 22 to 48 years old. The individuals were convicted of a range of crimes, including indecent assault, sexual abuse of children, statutory rape, corruption of minors, sexual abuse, and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.
Authorities are still searching for four offenders, all men from Scranton wanted on outstanding warrants.
The US Marshals did not reply to CNN’s request for comment.