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Each of these get-to-know-me smartphone apps allows you to control who you want to see and where you want to see them.Many of them use geo-location services to let you know who’s in the area and if you can meet up.“What is most disturbing as a law enforcement officer, I shudder to think what would have happened if one of these 26 suspects met a real child,” Mjor said.“The hard part of this job is not dealing with the predators, but seeing the devastation they do to actual children.” “This operation actually saved an unknown number of children who would have otherwise been victimized by these suspects,” he added.“In this particular case we had the ability to offer them the opportunity, they took advantage of the opportunity, and subsequently have been arrested and hopefully will be adjudicated and spend a lot of time in jail,” he said.This is the eighth Net Nanny Operation in Washington state since August 2015, which have led to 115 arrests and 21 victims rescued.
Mjor said he anticipates most of them will stay at the state level, but added that some may bump up to federal court and be handled by the U. People who have information on the suspects or about the identity of potential victims can send an email to the Missing and Exploited Children Task Force, [email protected], attention Sgt. People also can call Rodriguez at 360-704-2395, or the Richland Police Department at 509-942-7340.
The five-day operation, led by the Washington State Patrol Missing and Exploited Children Task Force, resulted in 26 arrests.
Twenty-six men have been arrested over the past five days for allegedly showing up at a Richland apartment intending to have sex with young girls and boys.
“Children are becoming increasingly vulnerable to sexual predators due to the growth of the internet,” Washington State Patrol Chief John R. “Thanks to the hard work by our law enforcement and prosecutor partners, we are able to make Washington communities safer for our families.” Mjor said authorities intended last Wednesday to be a setup day before officially starting the Tri-City operation, but they ended up arresting three men that night.
Those three were booked into the Benton County jail in the early hours of Thursday, and charged Monday. Harris, 32, of Pendleton, faces one count each of attempted second-degree child rape and communication with a minor for immoral purposes. Arbogast, 70, of Pasco, is charged with attempted first-degree child rape and attempted second-degree child rape. Celis-Hernandez, 21, of Richland, faces attempted first-degree child rape and commercial sex abuse of a minor.