Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Retired Baltimore cop among 61 arrested in Florida human trafficking sting

Polk County Sheriff’s Office Mete Girit identified himself as a former Baltimore police officer. He was arrested after allegedly offering to have sex with an undercover detective for $200.
Sheriff Grady Judd, of Polk County, announced the arrests that stem from a four-day undercover investigation Monday. He said the goal of the investigation is to identify victims of human trafficking and provide them with counseling.



A retired Baltimore police officer, now working as an escort, is one of 61 people arrested in a prostitution sting by a Florida sheriff's office.

Grady Judd, sheriff of Polk County, announced the arrests of 61 people at a Monday afternoon press conference.

The suspects, between the ages of 18-68 years of age, include one married couple, a 6 1/2 months pregnant woman, and 29-year-old retired cop, Mete Girit, who allegedly sought $200 for sex. READ MORE

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