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The president of a financial institution and software engineer were among a dozen men who thought they were meeting for sex but instead, were arrested on the spot in an undercover New Jersey sting, authorities announced Tuesday, scroll down for the complete list of defendants. The 12 men in "Operation Spotlight" thought they were meeting up with children they'd met on various social media platforms, but instead, were arrested at various pre-arranged locations across Somerset County between Oct.
Robertson and U. Crouch, Jr. Despite that information, the defendants engaged the 'children' in conversations about sex and made arrangements to meet the 'children' for sex.
The men were being held in the Somerset County Jail -- with the exception of three who were turned over to federal officials. Other contributing agencies include:. Social media apps allow predators into our homes and as law enforcement, we must do what we can to make it a safer environment.
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