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Polk County Undercover Prostitution, Human Trafficking Sting Nets 154 Arrests

A large undercover online solicitation operation entitled “Operation No Spring Fling” has resulted in the arrests of over 150 people. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrests of 154 people after completing the six-day operation. The sheriff’s office said a 17-year-old girl and a 23-year-old woman were identified as […]

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Wed May 22, 3:20pm

Florida

10 Arrested for Human Trafficking in Hernando County

Ten people face human trafficking charges after an alleged investigation showed one of them forced a teenage girl under their care into prostitution and the other nine paid to sexually assault her, according to state officials. The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office and other state agencies spent two years investigating this […]

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Mon May 20, 3:07pm

Florida

40 Arrested in Human Trafficking Undercover Child Sex Sting in Lake County

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office arrested 40 people attempting to meet children online for sexual activity, according to reports released Tuesday morning. A 17-year-old, human-trafficking victim was recovered, according to reports. Detectives of the county’s cyber crimes unit conducted the undercover “Operation Catfish” in a vacant home in South Lake […]

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Tue Sep 4, 3:48pm

Florida

Pasco County Deputies Unleashing Bots on Sex Traffickers

Pasco County is fighting the human trafficking problem with the latest technology available – bots. Undercover detectives posing as children are now being replaced with cyber robots. The hope is to wipe out human trafficking in the area. The sheriff’s office is working with a company out of Seattle who […]

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Tue Aug 7, 4:55pm

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