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GENESEE COUNTY (WJRT) (6/14/2018) - A collaborative effort across Genesee County brought 51 of 76 children reported missing back into safe hands.
About 70 police officers from most agencies in the county targeted specific homes, rescuing children from human trafficking.
The kids, all under the age of 17, were reported missing after failing to show up for court hearings, missing school or were foster children the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services hadn't heard from for a while.
Police say four to six of the children were being trafficked. One of them was taking part in a forensic interviewer Thursday afternoon, talking about alleged sex crimes in which they were the victim.
All of the remaining children subjected to sex trafficking will receive forensic interviews in the near future.
You're right Phage. This is not about a pedo ring. It's about missing teen runaways.
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Cutepants
It sounds like they were "rounded up", meaning they weren't living at a home. If it were simply a matter of truancy it would seem home would be the first place to look.
Hard to imagine. Hopefully they can find a home with someone who won't neglect (ignore) them. Or perhaps they'll just split again. Not that it's their fault.
originally posted by: mikell
400000 People in the Flint area?? Under 100k left in Flint The whole county might have that many not counting the jail population. Flint used to have the largest number of strip clubs for the population. 16 If I recall. Good times in the 80's