Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost discussed the results of, what he believes was, the largest anti-human trafficking operation in the state’s history, which was conducted in the last week. Yost announced that 177 arrests of “Johns” and traffickers were made during “Operation Autumn Hope.” More than a dozen of those arrests involved men who were attempting to arrange sex with a child. Yost added that 109 survivors of human trafficking were rescued.

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