‘Operation Frostbite’ Nets 12 Arrests After Offenders Use ‘Plenty of Fish’ App To Lure Minors For Sex

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ABOVE VIDEO: An investigation focused on catching sex offenders resulted in 12 arrests across Central Florida, Orange County deputies said.

CENTRAL FLORIDA (WFTV) – An investigation focused on catching sex offenders resulted in 12 arrests across Central Florida, Orange County deputies said.

The men were arrested last week as part of a multi-agency investigation called: Operation Frostbite.

Deputies said they arrested men who contacted children or their guardians online for sex.

Some men were married and two were registered sex offenders/predators, authorities said.

“Parents you have to keep an eye on your children. That phone, that internet is like a weapon in their hands,” Sgt. Rich Mankewich with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said.

The men were arrested by undercover officers while the culprits used websites, like, “Plenty of Fish,” an investigation revealed.

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