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Operation Cross Country III Results in Arrest Nationwide – Three Michigan Kids Rescued

By Andrew Prine, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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A nationwide sweep of child prostitution rings resulted in the arrest of 571 people in 21 cities. In Michigan, three children were rescued from one of the prostitution rings. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) along with State and local law enforcement agencies raided the prostitution rings in an organized effort to save these children and lock up these sexual predators and offenders. Michigan law enforcement agencies participated in this sting. These agencies included the Southeast Michigan Crimes Against Children Task Force, the Ann Arbor Police Department and other agencies.

The individual criminal suspects involved with these prostitution rings should pay dearly for these crimes against children. Forcing a child into a prostitution ring is among the most heinous crimes imaginable. Hopefully, the criminal justice system effectively removes these individuals from the community.

You can read more about this story at the Detroit Free Press – Operation Cross Country III Rescues Michigan Children and Others From Child Prostitution Rings.