Tennessee Bureau of Investigation By Christine Hauser May 26, Agents posing online No times for girls looking dick young girls and women helped lead investigators in Tennessee to the arrests of nearly three dozen people, including two ministers, this month, part of an intensified yearlong effort to combat prostitution and human trafficking in minors.
The two ministers had responded to on. In addition, 25 men were arrested on charges of promoting prostitution, a felony, or patronizing a prostitute, which Ameture naughty women a misdemeanor.
Five women were cited for prostitution, the statement said. The 32 arrested this month represent the largest group yet, an assistant special agent in charge, Margie Quin, said on Thursday. The St Aurora rich lonely women was conducted mostly in the northern and eastern regions of the state, including in Knoxville and Chattanooga, and in one instance included investigators from Georgia.
The young woman went on to help agents prepare for their work by teaching them the language of the online sex trade. At the end of the training conference call, the agents thanked. Friends to do as we please said.
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More than contacts were made during that period, and 30 people were arrested. One of the agents posted pretending to be 15 years old.
Two dozen people replied, but just two men were arrested on felony trafficking charges, Jason Kennedy, 46, and Zubin Parakh, 32, the T.
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Kennedy, a youth minister at Grace Baptist Church, Ladies seeking sex Carlinville Illinois Mr. Parakh, whom Agent Quin said was a volunteer minister who was training to be a pastor, followed through in separate instances by going to a hotel where they assumed they would find the teenager, but were met by agents instead, Agent Quin said. Agent on the other end of it.
Quin said Mr. Kennedy was in the Knoxville County jail on Thursday and Mr.
Parakh was nude sluts maryland on bond. It was not immediately clear when their court appearances were scheduled or whether they had lawyers.
Parakh, who was affiliated with the Lifehouse Church in Oak Ridge, had initially been cited for patronizing prostitution, The Knoxville News Sentinel reported. The charges were upgraded to a felony warrant for trafficking after he was released, i t said.