In Sweetwater, Tennessee, undercover special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Human Trafficking Unit led an undercover operation leading to the arrest of six men seeking illicit sex from minors.
Over a two-day period beginning May 26th, as part of an undercover investigation aimed at addressed human trafficking in the region, authorities placed several decoy advertisements known to be linked to prostitution and commercial sex cases. As a result of the operation, authorities arrested the following men and booked them into the Monroe County Jail.
- Matthew Jason Cohen, DOB: 6-14-1978, Maryville: Trafficking for a Commercial Sex Act
- Steven Lawrence Kobylski, DOB: 09-07-1987, Decatur: Soliciting Sexual Exploitation of a Minor
- James Stephen Stinnett, DOB: 03-27-1984, Madisonville: Trafficking for a Commercial Sex Act
- Anthony Cornelius Baylis, DOB: 11-23-1983, Harriman: Trafficking for a Commercial Sex Act
- Joshua James Thomas, DOB: 3-31-1989, Tellico Plains: Trafficking for a Commercial Sex Act
- Pedro Juan Berenguer Torres, DOB: 11-30-1970, Powell: Trafficking for a Commercial Sex Act
Read full report here: https://breaking911.com/6-arrested-in-undercover-human-trafficking-operation-in-tennessee/
HUMAN AND CHILD TRAFFICKING IS REAL!
BUYERS AND SELLERS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKED SEX SLAVES walk among us seeking who they can devour for their own pleasures. Every city and every town has a fair share of such while Biden’s open borders is wide open to welcome a fresh supply of trafficked parcels.
A common misconception about human trafficking is that it does not happen in the United States. This is false, as the United States is ranked as one of the worst countries globally for human trafficking. It is estimated that 199,000 incidents occur within the United States every year.
The National Human Trafficking Hotline has one of the most extensive data sets on human trafficking in the United States collected through phone calls, texts, online chats, emails, and online tips received by the Hotline. While this information is some of the most comprehensive available, the data does not define the totality of human trafficking. The number of cases presented is only the cases that are reported.
The Human Trafficking Hotline serves victims and survivors of human trafficking across the United States. The Hotline is available 24/7, 365 days a year, and in more than 200 languages. The confidential Hotline helps any person of any age, religion, race, language, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability. To contact the Hotline to report a tip, seek services, or ask for help, dial 1-888-373-7888. Hearing and speech-impaired individuals should dial 711. You can also send an SMS text to 233-733 or start a live chat on their website.
In 2019, the United States had 11,500 human trafficking cases reported. The most common type of trafficking was sex trafficking (8,248 reports), with the most common venues being illicit massage/spa businesses and pornography.
States with the Highest Human Trafficking Numbers
Here are the 10 states with the highest rates of human trafficking:
- Nevada (7.50 per 100k)
- Mississippi (4.99 per 100k)
- Florida (4.08 per 100k)
- Georgia (3.85 per 100k)
- Ohio (3.84 per 100k)
- Delaware (3.84 per 100k)
- California (3.80 per 100k)
- Missouri (3.78 per 100k)
- Michigan (3.64 per 100k)
- Texas (3.63 per 100k)
REMEMBER THESE ARE ONLY THE REPORTED CASES. Human trafficking and exploitation happens every minute of the day. These plus the unreported numbers are the real viral epidemic…this VIRUS NEEDS EXTERMINATED and there needs to be an all out big JAB to take this out! Human Trafficking Statistics By State 2021 (worldpopulationreview.com)
EXPOSE EVERYTHING….STAY STRONG AND PRESS FORWARD!