Federal marshals rescue 8 'highly endangered' missing children in Indiana 09/08/2020 8:35 am PDT Comments (File) via WGN: INDIANAPOLIS (WGN/AP) -- Federal authorities say eight missing children were rescued in a five-day rescue operation in the Indianapolis area. The U.S. Marshals Service Southern District of Indiana says the children are between 6 to 17 years old in what's been called “Operation Homecoming.” One adult was arrested on charges including parental kidnapping, possession of weapons and intimidation. Federal authorities say the "highly endangered" children are “considered to be some of the most at-risk and challenging recovery cases in the area.” MORE: U.S. Marshals, Partners Recover 8 'Highly Endangered' Missing Children in Multi-Agency Operation in Indianapolis Area - U.S. Marshals Service Federal operation rescues 8 missing children in Indiana: authorities - WGN 'Operation Homecoming' leads to rescue of 8 endangered children in Indiana, US Marshals say - USA Today #Indiana #Indianapolis #Kidnapping #Possession #WGN Related Stories Suspect hid in trunk, kidnapped ex-girlfriend, police say Tennessee suspects tortured woman, stuffed body in freezer: Police 'Witch' charged with kidnapping missing mom's kid; Zoom class shooting - TCDPOD 'Cupcake' McKinney case: Couple pleads not guilty to kidnapping 'Witch' charged with kidnapping son of mom who vanished in Florida Florida woman left kids home in attempt to kidnap neighbors' kids: Police Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.