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Nearly 50 victims of human trafficking, including 14 minors, were rescued during a three-day sting operation across California last week, law enforcement officials announced Tuesday.
State and federal agencies arrested 339 people, including 156 men on suspicion of solicitation, during the coordinated effort, which involved cyber detectives posing as teenagers.
At a downtown Los Angeles news conference, Los Angeles County Assistant Sheriff Maria Gutierrez urged all parents to monitor their children’s internet use.
The article goes on to state the following:
Last week’s sting operation, which ended Saturday, was a collaborative effort of the L.A. task force and more than 90 other agencies across the state.
Dozens of victims rescued and hundreds arrested in human-trafficking sting in California https://t.co/KtZOrkdhIe
— L.A. Times: L.A. Now (@LANow) January 29, 2019
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