Sarasota Sheriff Concealing Arrests in April Internet Sex Sting

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Sarasota Sheriff Concealing Arrests in April Internet Sex Sting

Not even the Media has been advised of the more than twenty Sex Sting arrests that occurred over the weekend here in Sarasota. If you look on the Sheriff’s page, none of the names of the people arrested appear.  The Herald Tribune is not aware of the arrests.  The television stations are not reporting anything.  In another day or so, the Sheriff will be on television announcing the arrests that are being concealed from the Media.  This is all part of a plan to keep the public from knowing about the latest sex sting operation.  The problem is that the Sheriff would be better off making the information public.  In terms crime prevention, it would be far better off to keep the real predators off the Internet.  It is however the end of the month and the latest operation intercept will generate two dozen arrest statistics.  You can expect the Sheriff of Sarasota to announce it any day.  Most of the men will be charged with Internet solicitation of a minor, traveling to meet a minor and attempted lewd and lascivious conduct.  The truth is that most of the men were entrapped and led into doing something that they never intended to do.

The best way to prevent being arrested is to not commit a crime.  Never communicate with anyone on the Internet that says they are underage.  Never have sex with a minor.

As a Sarasota sex crime lawyer and a Sarasota criminal defense lawyer I have been involved in defending over twenty of these cases.  Not all attorneys are familiar with how the sex stings are actually run and the federal ICAC guidelines.  If a loved one has been arrested, call for a free consultation at 941 366 3506, or visit my site at

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Sarasota Breaking news from the Sarasota Sheriff April 29, 2014