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Not entirely sure this qualifies as wholesome, but whatever
Law enforcement agencies across Ohio cooperated during a monthlong investigation, dubbed "Operation Autumn Hope," leading to 179 arrests and the recovery of 45 missing children. In all, 109 human trafficking victims were rescued and referred to social services, the Ohio Attorney General's Office reported. More than 50 agencies participated in the operation, which also included the arrest of a man and the recovery of two children in West Virginia.
The operation included four priorities, according to the attorney general’s office: "Rescuing victims of human trafficking and referring them to social services, recovering missing and exploited children, apprehending those seeking to have sex with a minor" and "arresting male johns seeking to buy sex.”
In August, "Operation Safety Net," also in Ohio, led to the discovery of 25 children ages 13 to 18 in less than three weeks, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. At the time, officials said the operation was likely to continue into October.
Georgia's "Operation Not Forgotten" helped recover 39 children ages 3 to 17 years old in August. Nine people were arrested in that operation, officials said. In Indiana, eight missing children were rescued during "Operation Homecoming" in September.