29 People Arrested For Either Child Sex Crimes or Human Trafficking In Arizona Sting

29 People Arrested For Either Child Sex Crimes or Human Trafficking In Arizona Sting

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Last week, results from an undercover operation dubbed “April Fools” aimed at targeting alleged sexual predators was announced by local law enforcement in partnership with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

HSI joined the Phoenix Police Department Human Exploitation and Trafficking (HEaT) along with the Mesa, Chandler, Scottsdale, Glendale and Surprise Police Departments, Arizona Department of Public Safety, FBI, and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office for Operation April Fools. The undercover operation targeting the demand for child sex crimes and human trafficking netted 29 male arrests. Throughout the operational period, undercover detectives placed ads on websites commonly sought out by suspects seeking illegal sex acts with minors. The suspects allegedly solicited and/or brokered deals for various sex acts and were subsequently arrested.

The following 29 suspects solicited various sex acts include:

Name Age Report/Agency Charges
Moses Angel Compian 28 2022-500117 Chandler PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor, Furnishing Harmful Items to a Minor
Christopher Rodriguez 49 2022-0403703 Surprise PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
Ermino Camilo- Sanchez 27 2022-591530 Phoenix PD Child Sex Trafficking, Money Laundering
Robert Armendariz 52 2022-42841 Chandler PD Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation
Jose Orozco 21 2021-08296 Scottsdale PD Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Aggravated Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation
Kevin Bock 56 2022-08310 Scottsdale PD Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Lional Jim 33 2022-82722 Mesa PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
Ernest Villa 41 2022-42880 Chandler PD Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Jan Michalecko 66 2022-595271 Phoenix PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
Angel Emilio Bowen 23 2022-595527 Phoenix PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
Joseph Michael Robinson 33 2022-083256 Mesa PD Child Sex Trafficking, Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual conduct with a Minor
Jonathan D Rogers 34 2022-083310 Mesa PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
James Ervin Fulton 56 2022-083381 Mesa PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
Sebastian Valencio 37 2022-08394 Scottsdale PD Aggravated Luring of a Minor of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor
Jesus DeLeon 30 2022-08397 Scottsdale PD Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Ian Douglas 35 2022-08401 Scottsdale PD Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation and Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Joseph LaLicata 28 2022-600158 Phoenix PD Child Sex Trafficking, Money Laundering
Willie Guadron 30 2022-0404113 Surprise PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering, Possession of Dangerous Drugs, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Franklin Meza 33 2022-22022096 DPS Child Sex Trafficking, Money Laundering and Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation
Daniel Dorame Valenzuela 34 2022-500122 Chandler PD Child Sex Trafficking, Aggravated Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor, Furnishing Harmful Items to a Minor
Bryan Gutierrez 38 2022-601466 Phoenix PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor, Money Laundering
Robert Avril 30 2022-08290 Scottsdale PD Aggravated Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Trevor Kim Bartschi 32 2022-08530 Scottsdale PD Child Sex Trafficking, Attempted Sex Conduct with a Minor, Luring a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Money Laundering
Jesse Macias 38 2022-08535 Scottsdale PD Child Sex Trafficking, Aggravated Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Alexis Blue Juan 30 2022-85092 Mesa PD Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Sergio Moran 42 2022-500124 Chandler PD Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Hessie Stewart 28 2022-500125 Chandler PD Pandering, Attempted Control of an Illegal Enterprise
Carl Gibson 60 2022-22040280 Surprise PD Child Sex Trafficking, Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Attempted Sexual Conduct with a Minor
Aram Cheesebrow 44 2022-08465 Scottsdale PD Aggravated Luring of a Minor for Sexual Exploitation, Failure to Register as a Sex Offender, Resisting Arrest

HSI also encourages the public to report suspected sex trafficking or any suspicious activity through its toll-free Tip Line at 1-866-DHS-2-ICE, or by completing its online tip form. Both are staffed around the clock by investigators. From outside the United States and Canada, callers should dial (802) 872-6199. Hearing impaired users may call TTY (802) 872-6196.

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U.S. Border Patrol Agent Delivers Baby

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Delivers Baby

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SAN DIEGO – An off-duty Border Patrol Agent delivered a baby boy in a public bathroom at Liberty Station, on Sunday.

Border Patrol Agent George Huertas, who is a member of the Border Patrol Search, Trauma and Rescue (BORSTAR) Team in San Diego, responded to a woman giving birth in a bathroom stall. A trained emergency medical technician (EMT), Agent Huertas successfully helped deliver the baby and introduced him to his mother.

“If you know George, you know he is too humble to bring this up for attention,” said Michael E. McEwan, the Acting Commander of San Diego BORSTAR. “He only told a group of us in passing during muster and downplayed the whole incident.”

Agent Huertas and his family were at Liberty Station that morning participating in the Miracle Babies Superhero 5K event. Agent Huertas is highly active within the premature baby community, as he has a son who spent the first three months of his life in the NICU. As Huertas and his family were packing up to leave, his sister ran over to him and told him that a woman was giving birth in a nearby public restroom.

Huertas ran to the restroom and found the woman in the process of giving birth in one of the restroom stalls. He began providing aid to the woman and her unborn child. Though the bathroom was not an ideal location and conditions were unsanitary, Huertas stepped in to help using rubber gloves provided by a janitor.

Using his EMT training, Agent Huertas was able to stimulate the child and initiate breathing. He wrapped the baby up with one of his sister’s baby blankets. And after cleaning the baby boy’s face, he introduced the child to his mother for the first time.

Agent Huertas remained with the new mother until better equipped medical personnel arrived on scene to address the baby’s umbilical cord and take over care.

“George responds to those in need on and off duty,” said McEwan. “He is a strong advocate for those under his care. He truly embodies what it means to be a BORSTAR Agent and lives our moniker ‘So Others May Live.’”


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U.S. Border Patrol Agent Delivers Baby

CBP

SAN DIEGO – An off-duty Border Patrol Agent delivered a baby boy in a public bathroom at Liberty Station, on Sunday.

Border Patrol Agent George Huertas, who is a member of the Border Patrol Search, Trauma and Rescue (BORSTAR) Team in San Diego, responded to a woman giving birth in a bathroom stall. A trained emergency medical technician (EMT), Agent Huertas successfully helped deliver the baby and introduced him to his mother.

“If you know George, you know he is too humble to bring this up for attention,” said Michael E. McEwan, the Acting Commander of San Diego BORSTAR. “He only told a group of us in passing during muster and downplayed the whole incident.”

Agent Huertas and his family were at Liberty Station that morning participating in the Miracle Babies Superhero 5K event. Agent Huertas is highly active within the premature baby community, as he has a son who spent the first three months of his life in the NICU. As Huertas and his family were packing up to leave, his sister ran over to him and told him that a woman was giving birth in a nearby public restroom.

Huertas ran to the restroom and found the woman in the process of giving birth in one of the restroom stalls. He began providing aid to the woman and her unborn child. Though the bathroom was not an ideal location and conditions were unsanitary, Huertas stepped in to help using rubber gloves provided by a janitor.

Using his EMT training, Agent Huertas was able to stimulate the child and initiate breathing. He wrapped the baby up with one of his sister’s baby blankets. And after cleaning the baby boy’s face, he introduced the child to his mother for the first time.

Agent Huertas remained with the new mother until better equipped medical personnel arrived on scene to address the baby’s umbilical cord and take over care.

“George responds to those in need on and off duty,” said McEwan. “He is a strong advocate for those under his care. He truly embodies what it means to be a BORSTAR Agent and lives our moniker ‘So Others May Live.’”


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Woman Testifies She Was Forced By Husband To Behead Her Friend

Woman Testifies She Was Forced By Husband To Behead Her Friend

KEENE, N.H. (WMUR) — A woman who admitted she helped dispose of her slain co-worker’s body testified Wednesday that her husband was the killer. Armando Barron is charged with first-degree murder in the 2020 death of Jonathan Amerault, 25. Britany Barron has admitted she decapitated Amerault, saying her husband ordered her to and she feared for her life.

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Florida Woman Twerks Out Of McDonald’s After Allegedly Assaulting Employee

Florida Woman Twerks Out Of McDonald’s After Allegedly Assaulting Employee

FLORIDA (PCSO) – A Lakeland woman upset with the amount of time her order was taking at a Lakeland McDonald’s drive-thru stormed inside the restaurant Thursday afternoon, May 19, 2022 and became enraged.

On Friday evening, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office arrested 22-year old Tianis Jones of Lakeland and charged her with: Burglary with Assault, Criminal Mischief, Disorderly Conduct, and Misuse of 911.

The incident began at about 5:34 p.m. at the McDonald’s at 2606 US 92 East.
That’s when Jones walked inside of the store and began complaining to an employee behind the counter.

After about one minute, Jones turned things violent by first hitting a small plastic sign in the direction of the employee, then several bottles. Jones walked behind the counter and threw cups on the floor and at the employees. A relative of Jones came into the store and tried to hold Jones back and calm her down.

Despite being asked to leave multiple times, Jones remained inside of the store, and called 911 on her cell phone and told the operator, “I’m five month pregnant…these people don’t know how to run a m***********g McDonald’s!” 

The entire commotion lasted ten minutes before Jones’ relative and another woman convinced her to leave.

As Jones got to the exit, she turned toward the employees, lifted her shirt to expose her belly, then turned and began twerking at them.

“I don’t know why this woman got as angry as she was, but as the saying goes, she’s a few fries short of a Happy Meal. Her actions were outrageous…especially for a place where small children often visit. And she caused about one hundred dollars in damages since the items she threw on the floor can’t be used for customers. She better not complain about the food we serve her at the county jail.” – Grady Judd, Sheriff.

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RAW VIDEO: Florida Man Attacks Driver With Knife During Road Rage Incident, Victim Pulls Out Gun To Defend Himself, Deputies Say

A Palm Coast man is behind the bars of the Green Roof Inn for an attack involving a road rage incident Tuesday afternoon. 50-year-old Rafael Vincent Rivera
is being held on no bond and facing a charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon without Intent to Kill.

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Dispatch Center received six 9-1-1 calls notifying deputies of the armed confrontation occurring at the intersection of Pine Lakes Parkway and Whirlaway Drive just after 1 p.m.

Rivera was driving a Silver Toyota Tacoma when the victim says he cut in front of him while he was operating his motorcycle. When the vehicles came to a stop, Rivera exited his vehicle with a knife in his hand.

Concerned there was about to be a physical altercation, the victim grabbed his metallic knuckles. After exchanging words, Rivera stepped aggressively toward the victim and began slashing his knife at him. In fear for his life, the victim, who has a permit to carry a concealed weapon, pulled out his firearm. The victim then told Rivera to back away, which he did. The confrontation was recorded by the victim’s passenger.

FCSO Deputies arrived moments later and detained both men while they investigated the incident. After viewing the video, interviewing witnesses and both parties involved, deputies arrested Rivera and transported him to the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility.

“Traffic disagreements should never result in violence in our streets. In this particular incident, the video captured by the victim’s wife clearly shows that her husband’s life was threatened. I applaud the way the motorcyclist handled this situation,” Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly said. “After his life was clearly threatened, he lawfully defended himself and then de-escalated the situation. The offender is lucky he was not shot. I also remind the community to not take traffic enforcement in your own hands and control your anger. Call the Sheriff’s Office instead.”

Rivera has been a guest in the Green Roof Inn four different times since 2015 on three felony and four misdemeanor charges involving theft and trespassing.

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Nashville Mom Charged After Daughter Brings Loaded Gun To Elementary School

Nashville Mom Charged After Daughter Brings Loaded Gun To Elementary School

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NASHVILLE – A parent has been charged with reckless endangerment after her child brought a loaded 9mm gun to Napier Elementary. The student confided in a staff member at an after-school program that the weapon was in her backpack all day at school.

Officers recovered the weapon, which was fully loaded with a round in the chamber. Derrika Parker, 29, admitted she put her firearm in the child’s backpack.

She was arrested on outstanding warrants along with the reckless endangerment charge.

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‘PAYTON, YOU’RE A COWARD!’ Buffalo shooting suspect Payton Gendron jeered by victims’ relatives in court

Payton Gendron is led into the courtroom for a hearing at Erie County Court, in Buffalo, N.Y., Thursday, May 19, 2022. Gendron faces charges in the May 14 fatal shooting at a supermarket. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

The white man charged with murdering 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo appeared briefly in court Thursday after a grand jury indicted him on a first-degree murder charge. (May 19)

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