BREAKING: Police Arrest 37 In Child Sex Trafficking Operation In THIS State

OPERATION BROKEN HEARTS: 37 ‘child sex predators’ arrested in undercover human trafficking sting in THIS State

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) collaborated with the Phoenix Police Department, Mesa Police Department, Tempe Police Department, Chandler Police Department, and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office for Operation Broken Hearts. The week long sting operation began in early February resulted in nearly 40 arrests of suspected child predators.

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“This multiagency operation is just one of many examples that underscores the importance of working together with our local and state law enforcement partners to take these alleged predators off the streets,” said Scott Brown, special agent in charge for HSI Phoenix. “The relentless work by all resulted in an impressive number of arrests. We will continue our unwavering commitment to serve and protect our community against anyone seeking to sexually exploit our most vulnerable population.”

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Operation Broken Hearts was an undercover operation targeting sexual predators engaged in child sex crimes and human trafficking. Throughout the operational period, officers and undercover detectives placed ads on websites and apps which are commonly sought out by suspects seeking illegal sex acts with children. These 37 suspects solicited and/or brokered deals for various sex acts and were subsequently arrested.

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Each year, these agencies come together to conduct operations of this type in a continuous effort to reduce the demand that fuels child and human sex trafficking from our communities. The suspects in the latest operation ranged in age from 21 to 66-years-old.

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The Phoenix Police Department recently partnered with the City of Mesa Police DepartmentTempe Police DepartmentChandler Police Department, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and the Attorney General’s Office for Operation Broken Hearts. Operation Broken Hearts was an undercover operation targeting sexual predators engaged in child sex crimes and human trafficking. Throughout the operational period, officers and undercover detectives placed ads on websites and apps which are commonly sought out by suspects seeking illegal sex acts with children. These suspects solicited and/or brokered deals for various sex acts and were subsequently arrested.

The combined efforts of the agencies involved, are part of a nationwide effort to eliminate human and sex trafficking. If you have information about someone being trafficked, contact your local police department or the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 888-373-7888 or humantraffickinghotline.org

Portions of this article appeared at BREAKING911

EXCELLENT WORK BY OUR FEARLESS LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS!

TESE PEOPLE ARE SICK MONSTERS AND HAVE NO PLACE IN SOCIETY.

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