Florida police arrested more than 100 people – including an alleged human trafficker and child predators – as part of a six-day undercover human trafficking operation.
Among the 108 people arrested in the operation, dubbed "Operation March Sadness 2," were at least three Disney employees and a retired judge, said the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, located in Winter Haven, Florida.
The operation, which police began March 8, and released details about on Wednesday, targeted online prostitution advertisements with the intent to identify any trafficking victims being forced into prostitution, the sheriff's office said. Undercover detectives arrested suspects at the site of arranged meetups.
Tiffany Nash of Orlando, Florida, 32, was arrested for human trafficking, plus deriving proceeds from prostitution and three drug charges, after she arrived at a location to check on a woman she was threatening violence against if she did not prostitute herself, police said.