A weeklong human trafficking sting by the FBI has led to the arrest of 28 men at a south Reno home.
According to the FBI’s Northern Nevada Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking Task Force, all 28 suspects arrived at a home in south Reno to “knowingly engage in, and pay for, sex acts with a minor as identified through the Human Exploitation and Trafficking Unit.”
The FBI funded operation identified seven men on its first night, Monday, Oct. 5. Eight men were arrested on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Five were arrested on Wednesday, Oct. 7. Eight men were arrested on Thursday, Oct. 8.
All suspects were arrested on felony counts of soliciting a child for prostitution, and attempted child abuse. Some of the suspects are facing additional charges.