8 Men Arrested in Roseville Police Operation Targeting Child Sex Crimes
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In a major crackdown on sex crimes against children, the Roseville Police Department successfully arrested 8 men during a two-day undercover operation dubbed “Operation No Go Zone.” Spearheaded by dedicated patrol officers, with assistance from the department’s Crime Suppression Unit, the operation was meticulously planned to safeguard Roseville’s most vulnerable population – our children.
The primary goal of “Operation No Go Zone” was to combat the alarming rise in child exploitation cases and ensure the safety of minors in the community. Undercover officers worked tirelessly, posing as potential victims, to lure perpetrators attempting to engage in illegal activities with minors.
The operation’s success was evident as the 8 suspects fell into the trap, attempting to engage in various illicit acts with individuals they believed were minors under the age of 14. As a result of their actions, they were promptly taken into custody by the vigilant Roseville Police.
Following their arrests, the suspects were booked into the South Placer County Jail, facing an array of serious charges related to their attempts to exploit and harm children. The charges against them include:
- Attempted Lewd and Lascivious Acts with a Minor Under the Age of 14 (P.C. 664/288(a))
- Contacting a Minor with Intent to Commit Lewd and Lascivious Acts (P.C. 288.3(a))
- Arranging to Meet with a Minor for a Lewd Purpose and Arriving at the Meet Location (P.C. 288.4(b))
As the investigation into the arrested individuals continues, the Roseville Police Department remains committed to taking every necessary measure to create a safe environment for all residents, especially the most vulnerable members of society – our children.