“Operation Black Veil” A Huge Success

“Operation Black Veil”, which targeted online sexual predators, is being called a huge success. The sex sting, headquartered at the Door County Justice Center last week, was able to net 15 suspects on charges related to the exploitation of children through the use of online advertisements, specifically targeting online predators who solicit children for the purpose of engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

Door County Sheriff Terry Vogel says he is proud of the level of effort seen by the various agencies involve. Vogel says the sex sting was the outgrowth of a cooperative program involving multiple law enforcement agencies from across the state…

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While more than a dozen arrests were made, Sheriff Vogel says there were many more contacts logged in during the operation last week…

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“Operation Black Veil” is similar to another sex sting held last year in Door County that netted several individuals using a similar format. In one case, an individual came all the way from Dallas, TX to Door County, hoping to hook-up with a young girl, only to learn that he had been chatting with a police officer.

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