More than 30 sexual predators are arrested in Arizona (PHOTO)

Authorities arrest sexual predators in Arizona, accuse them of smuggling and human trafficking They carry out police action called Operat...

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  • Authorities arrest sexual predators in Arizona, accuse them of smuggling and human trafficking
  • They carry out police action called Operation Broken Hearts and publish results
  • Around 37 people were arrested during the police operation

In a police action Called Operation Broken Hearts, Authorities Detain Arizona Sexual Predators, News Portals Report The Sun Y The Epoch Times.

The detainees were accused of alleged trafficking in persons, specifically minors, commonly known as human trafficking.

About 37 people were they arrested during an action spearheaded by the Phoenix Police Department.

Image taken from Facebook Phoenix Police Department

Verbatim, they issued a statement to announce the action: “The Phoenix Police Department recently partnered with the City of Mesa Police Department, Tempe Police Department, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and the Attorney General’s Office for Operation Broken hearts”

“Operation Broken Hearts was a sting operation targeting sexual predators involved in sexual crimes and human trafficking,” they said on their website.

They then added: “Throughout the operational period, secret officers and detectives placed advertisements on websites and applications that normally search for suspects seeking illegal sexual acts with children.”

“These suspects requested or negotiated deals for various sexual acts and were subsequently arrested,” they reported at the time of publishing the photograph of those allegedly responsible for the crime for which they are accused.

About the work they explained: “The joint efforts of the organizations involved are part of a national effort to eliminate human and sexual trafficking.”

In the end they asked for collaboration: “If you have information about someone who is being trafficked, contact your local police department or the national human trafficking hotline at 888-373-7888 or”

Most of the suspects who were arrested are men, ranging in age from 21 to 66, although there are also women.

In addition, other police corporations participated in the capture of the alleged defendants of human smuggling and trafficking in Arizona.

In response, the Mesa department reported: “The Mesa Police Department is proud to have partnered with multiple agencies in the valley for Operation Broken Hearts.”

Jim Gallagher, Phoenix Police Commander, said of collaborative work: “It’s like fishing. If you put the bait, the fish will come.

Likewise, authorities from the Chandler Police Department affirmed that the operation was successful as there was a “great collaboration”.

In addition, according to the LGE portal, the names, ages and positions for which they are accused were published to alert the public.

A similar action took place last year and led to the arrest of 27 people and was dubbed Operation Silent Predator.

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A similar case was reported a few days ago, when a statewide operation achieved 450 arrests of those involved in human trafficking and their use in prostitution, as well as the rescue of more than three dozen women and adolescents who were victims of this crime. announced the authorities.

Operation Recover and Rebuild was conducted between January 26 and February 1 and was jointly executed by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department (LASD), the Los Angeles District Attorney and other members of the Specialized Force Against Human Trafficking, reported the EFE agency.

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