Tacoma sex

26-Jan-2018 07:05

TACOMA, WA - Twelve men from across Puget Sound and beyond were arrested in a recent Washington State Patrol child sexual exploitation sting dubbed "net nanny," the department has announced.

In the operation, state police pretended to be children and communicated through text messages and the Internet with men who were allegedly seeking sex.

She pleaded guilty to first-degree assault, second-degree assault, drive-by shooting and attempting to elude a pursuing police vehicle for a robbery in Fife where she acted as the getaway driver and was shot in the chest during an exchange of gunfire with police.

This is the seventh "net nanny" sting in recent years, and the program has nabbed 86 suspects total.