The Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force coordinated an operation to catch individuals who were looking for children for "indecent purposes" according to a release sent out by the United States Department of Justice, Southern District of Georgia.
The release says the operation was named Operation Do You Know Your Neighbor.
The release says nine individuals were arrested in the sting:
The release goes on to say that, "Indictments contain only charges. All defendants are considered innocent unless and until proven guilty in court."
Agencies involved in the operation include the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), GBI’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office, the Kingsland Police Department, the Effingham County Sheriff’s Office and the Savannah Police Department.
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