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Hotel meetings were set up once age, sex act and fee were established, he said.
The men were arrested after showing up, apparently expecting something sexual as arranged, but running into police officers instead.
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who discovered the person they were communicating with was underage and were excited about that." Rankin stressed that no real teenagers were involved in the sting.
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Vancouver police say 47 men — including a retired school teacher, a former school trustee and a firefighter — were arrested during a two-month operation last year targeting people allegedly willing to pay teenagers for sex acts.
Vancouver police say 47 men — including a retired school teacher, a former school trustee and a firefighter — were arrested during a two-month operation last year targeting people allegedly willing to pay teenagers for sex acts. Laurence Rankin said the operation began with detectives posting fake ads on escort websites and social media platforms.She declined to say when Dais taught at the private, girls' Catholic school, but said the news is "shocking." Little said the school was notified by police. A statement from the VSB said the district was not made aware of his arrest. Another statement from the provincial ministry of education said its "number one priority is always student safety." Several community advocates at the news conference praised the police department's crackdown.