Skip to comments.21 men arrested in football-themed child sex sting
Posted on 02/05/2019 9:02:04 AM PST by bgill
Twenty-one men were arrested for allegedly arranging to have sex with a child. The GBI task force announced the arrests that followed an undercover sting that lasted five days, ending on Super Bowl Sunday. The men range in age from 20 to 55 and work in a variety of fields from rideshare drivers to construction and grocery store clerks. One of the men arrested was a behavioral health case manager. Some also were arrested for having illegal drugs on them, according to authorities. The sting was centered in Brookhaven, Ga. But included agencies across Georgia who are members of the Georgia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. The goal of the months-long investigation called Operation Interception was to arrest persons who communicate with children on-line, have sexually explicit conversations, and then travel to meet them for the purpose of having sex, according to a release. Only one person arrested was charged with human trafficking violations because they allegedly arranged to pay money for sex with a child through a website known for sex solicitation. This was described as a decrease in solicitation in relation to similar operations the task force conducted.
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Nicholas Alexander Bowen, B/M, Chamblee, GA, 29, ride sharing and delivery driver
Thomas Cheung, A/M, Alpharetta, GA, 32, gaming studio employee
Jeshua Elijah Collins, B/M, Suwannee, GA, 22, deli clerk
James Tunde Fadeyi, B/M Lithonia, GA 55, unemployed
Walter Gonzalez-Amaya, H/M, Norcross, GA, 22, maintenance worker
Larry Allen Gordon, B/M, Hampton, GA, 31, fast food restaurant employee
Zachary Tye Gourdine, B/M, Conley, GA, 28, crane operator
Dylan Michael Graham, W/M, Silver Creek, GA, 27, elevator mechanic
Richard Jason Hyder, W/M, Elizabethton, TN, 41, asphalt grinding contractor
Mitchell Allen Kennedy, W/M, Brooklyn, NY, 24, software company creative assistant
Raheem Lalani, W/M, Birmingham, AL, 26, unemployed
Marco A. Mendoza-Escalante, H/M, Riverdale, GA, 20, paving technician
Darwin Menjivar-Fernandez, H/M, Powder Springs, GA, 22, restaurant server
Juan Valencia-Patino, H/M, Jesup, GA, 22, student
Juan Manuel Sanchez, H/M, Woodstock, GA, 25, automobile mechanic
Junior Cornelius Timoteus, H/M, Atlanta, GA 25, restaurant server
Oscar Ramirez, H/M, Atlanta, GA, 39, construction worker
Dylan Golding Whynot, W/M, Kennesaw, GA, 32, behavioral health case manager
Kyle A. Williams, B/M, Stone Mountain, GA, 32, warehouse employee
Robert Tyler Wilson, B/M, Canton, GA, 31, automotive service technician
Tarno M. Walters, B/M, Lawrenceville, GA, 22, grocery store employee"
“football-themed child sex sting”
One of the weirdest headlines I’ve seen in a while.
I’m thinking Big Media is doing their best to protect the sexual proclivities of the arrested.
I can’t imagine any abusers trying to seduce young girls with football.
Dead world walking.
Awfully high ethnic content of those names. Seems like this is one of those “benefits” of “diversity” we hear about.
Acting like islamists.
Wow one called Whynot, a behavioral case manager. You can’t make this stuff up.
The term "behavioral health" replaced "mental health" so guys like this wouldn't have the stigma of being considered mentally ill.
Which he is.
Looks like lots of new cases for "behavioral health case managers" in Georgia, and at least one BHCM position has opened up.
A lot of Hispanics on that list.
Sometimes I have caught a few minutes of local sports talk shows while flipping stations before going XM.
Some guys would call in and apparently know every detail of some high school or even jr.high player.
Kind of creepy.
“Dylan Golding Whynot”
Well, I’ll tell you Whynot...
A lot of men, too. Your point?
“A lot of men, too. Your point?”
I think I made my point rather clearly.
And does your point about Hispanics also apply to men?
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