At least 21 alleged sexual predators have been arrested in Arizona after a massive sexual predator operation by several agencies, according to KGUN9.
The operation was conducted between July 29 and August 2 and involved law enforcement pretending to be juveniles and chatting online with adults who wanted to participate in sexual acts.
According to KGUN, “at the end of the five day operation, police say 21 sexual predators were taken into custody without incident, after arriving to meeting with the “juvenile” they were talking to online. All 21 men were booked into the Pima County Jail, and have been charged with luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, a class three felony. Many were also book with addtional charges, including aggravated luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, sex trafficking of a minor, attempted sex conduct with a minor, and sex offender registration violation.”