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Eleven people were arrested Friday following an undercover operation to crack down on an increased trend of prostitution and human trafficking.

Three women and one man were charged with solicitation of prostitution, and all received secured bonds for their release. Seven additional men were charged with patronizing a prostitute after soliciting undercover officers.

All men were released with the exception of Laquan Wade, 39, who was arrested and taken to the Cumberland County Detention Center on an additional charge of possession of heroin. Wade remains in jail as of Tuesday evening.

The arrests were made as part of a joint operation between the Cumberland County Sherriff's Office, the Fayetteville Police Department, the Aaron Hernandez Jerseys Hope Mills Police Department and the Office of Homeland Security. The focus of Friday's operation, which took place in the Gillespie Street area, was primarily on men who solicit sex from prostitutes in Fayetteville and Cumberland County.

It should be. Nobody's wants their daughter growing up cheap jersey to take up that profession, but the fact is and always has been that some do. Many countries do make it legal, as does Nevada here in the US. When regulated, it's safer for everyone: women must have health checks and can get police protection from ill behaving men. I've been told that legalizing it has, in some instances, reduced drug use and violent crimes (especially rape). cheap authentic jerseys Posted by Paul Jones

I have to agree. Prostitution has been around thousands of years and always will be. I certainly patriots super bowl jersey do not support any kind of human trafficking, but if a grown adult chooses to be a prostitute then that should be his/her decision. It is beyond nave to believe that LEO efforts do anything to stop prostitution. ITs always existed and always will. That just a fact of life.