Justin Beard, 33, of Branson, Missouri has been charged with three counts of trying to solicit girls aged for sex in the Twin Cities. According to the criminal complaintBeard responded to a Craigslist ad on Jan. It was purportedly posted by a father who said he was "in town for SB and brought my open and active family I have a few hours to spend with you and the rest of my fun clan.
In reality, it was a sting operation by police from various Minnesota jurisdictions who are carrying out anti sex-trafficking operations during the Super Bowl. I taught them well.
Beard then allegedly responded by asking to meet up close to midnight, before asking for more information about the teens. The officer then posed as the girl, whom he called "Giselle," and during the conversation with Beard he asked her if she enjoyed oral sex and what acts they could carry out when they could meet.
Beard said he was working at Super Bowl Live and couldn't meet them until he was finished for the day.
When Beard arrived he was met by officers and arrested. Police then found his cellphone and sent a text from the phone they were using, confirming it was his when the text arrived.
The Panthers have numerous players in the NHL's health and safety protocols. A Hastings man was charged this week in connection to the disturbing July discovery.
They were convicted in connection to four unrelated incidents each. A caller reportedly told police the man was threatening a probation officer. Despite three straight losses, the Wild enter play Friday atop the Western Conference standings.
Hartland was initially believed to be the location of the first tornado in December in Minnesota on record, but it was actually the third. The Minnesota Department of Human Rights investigated the incident.
The officer had been disciplined in after being seen dragging a man through the skyway. The department said "inappropriate photos" were taken under a victim's skirt.
Police trafficking teams are investigating after GoMN came across several that raised immediate red flags. Twin Cities police were cracking down on sex trafficking during the Super Bowl. Collapsing hotel awnings, pulling down traffic lights, eating horse poop?
Things got real in Philly. Metro Transit is laying on replacement buses to get fans to the game. A personal ad placed by police received more than responses.
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