Kenosha Man Arrested in Lake County Trafficking Operation

According to Lake County authorities, a human trafficking sting operation that targeted buyers of prostitutes resulted in the arrest of a dozen males, including a man from Kenosha.

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office made the announcement on Wednesday that Ryan A. Juga, 42, from Kenosha, was among the eleven individuals who were taken into custody during the recent operation that was executed with the intention of combating human trafficking.

The males were arrested and taken into custody on counts of solicitation of a s*xual act, which is a misdemeanor. They are set to appear in court on December 21 for all of their charges.

Kenosha man among dozen arrested in Lake County human trafficking sting operation:

Most of those who were taken into custody were residents of the suburbs in northern Illinois and the Chicago metropolitan area.

The Special Investigations Group of the office, which is a task force that is supported by the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, concentrated on the customers, also known as “Johns,” who are prostitutes. According to the police, a portion of these prostitutes are selling s*x against their will.

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The web-based sting operation made use of classified advertising websites, which are frequently utilized as a platform for prostitution.

It was determined that the men who turned up and offered money to undercover detectives in exchange for s*xual acts were arrested.

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