“Operation Cupid” Got 30 People Arrested In Texas

Arrest 30, save the life of one innocent child…

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A dubbed operation, called “Cupid” broke a trafficking chain down in Ford Bend Country, Texas, leading to the arrest of 30 people. Luckily, a child was saved… The officials say that the sting was going on for about three days and it targeted specific individuals, finally leading to the bigger chain.

Systematic information and targeting are some of the most useful methods in an investigation.

“Over three days, Operation Cupid aimed to combat human trafficking in Fort Bend County by identifying and arresting those intending to buy sex,” Assistant of the  District Attorney reported during a news conference this Wednesday.

He added: “Commonly known as ‘johns,’ they create the demand for human trafficking and contribute to the pervasive problem the community faces from these crimes. We are focused on saving victims by following basic economics; removing the demand will reduce the supply.”

He continued with the specific, yet cruel information. And he also made an open threat to all criminals and culprits…

“Perpetrators should know, Fort Bend County is no longer a place where you can come easily to commit these crimes, we’re out there now, we’re looking for you, and we will arrest you.”

Also, around 34 arrests were made in Arizona last week. in those cases, the arrests were made against sexual predators.

“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,” stated the Phoenix Police Department.

In all of the dark times, our country is going through, I’m glad to finally hear some VERY good news!


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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