Florida Just Nabbed Another 160 Sick Pigs In Horrible Human Trafficking Bust….

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The Polk County Sheriff’s Office, along with the help of other law enforcement agencies, has arrested 160 people during a seven-day operation aimed at cracking down on sex trafficking in the area.

According to reports, those arrested include a police officer, a Disney employee, school teachers, and some people who were alleged illegal immigrants —throughout central Florida as part of an undercover prostitution investigation that began on Aug. 30, 2022.

Here’s what Sheriff Grady Judd said in a press release on Friday:

“The online prostitution industry enables traffickers and allows for the continued victimization of those who are being trafficked. Our goal is to identify victims, offer them help, and arrest those who are fueling the exploitation of human beings (Johns) and those profiting from the exploitation of human beings.”

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office led several law enforcement agencies in an undercover investigation called “Operation Fall Haul 2.” The effort was assisted by various sheriff departments across Florida, a US Attorney’s Office in Florida, and various organizations that provide social services to human trafficking victims.

During the press conference about Operation Fall Haul, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd joked, “Where would we be with an undercover operation and no Disney employees? Oh yes, we always have Disney employees.”

Disney bellhop Guillermo Perez, 57, was arrested after trying to have sex with an undercover detective for $80, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.

Samy Claude, 26, who was often contracted by Disney as a photographer, was also arrested. He reportedly attempted to have sex with an undercover cop and offered her a bag of sour Skittles.

A teacher was among the 160 people arrested. 36-year-old Carlos Gonzalez of Davenport, who was a Math teacher at New Dimensions High School in Osceola County, was arrested for two accounts of soliciting a prostitute.

Seven of the people arrested were suspected of being in the United States illegally.

You can watch the entire press conference about the operation to tackle human trafficking by Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd below.

Watch it here: WFLA News/Youtube

Source: 100percentfedup

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