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Greed is a strong and selfish desire to have more of something, most often money or power. There are many warnings in the Bible about giving in to greed and longing for riches. Jesus warned, “Watch out! Be on your guard against all kinds of greed; a man’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions” (Luke 12:15). “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal… You cannot serve both God and money” (Matthew 6:19, 24b). Did Jesus pursue the acquisition of money? No. On the contrary, He became poor for our sake (2 Corinthians 8:9) and had “no place to lay his head” (Matthew 8:20). Neither did Jesus pursue power. Rather, He instructed, “Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:43–45).
FLINT, Mich Sheriff Robert Pickell says the suspects in the photo below were identified in a recent child sex sting operation. (Source: Genesee County Sheriff’s Office)
Genesee County Sheriff Pickell identified 22 people arrested during a child sex sting, including a senior executive at Comerica Bank.
66 felony charges are entered, resulting in nearly a thousand years of combined prison time if all the suspects are convicted. Genesee Sheriff Robert Pickell will provide an update at 10:00 a.m. Monday, June 10 at a news conference.
Pickell will announce charges Monday from a large-scale investigation involving alleged human trafficking and child sex crimes. The arrests were made by the Genesee Human Oppression Strike Team (GHOST).
Twenty-two people are now facing charges related to soliciting sex with underage children. If convicted, they face a combined nearly 1,000 years of prison time.
The suspects come from all walks of life, including:
— Comerica Bank Senior Vice President Carl Spreadlin.
— Frankenmuth Credit Union Loan Manager Charles Haller.
— A manager, subcontractor and factory worker at General Motors.
— Two McDonald’s employees.
— Three construction workers.
— Three unemployed men.
The 22 suspects are believed to have been targeting children in Genesee County for sexual purposes. Pickell said they reside in Genesee, Saginaw, Shiawassee, Oakland, Wayne, Lapeer and Tuscola counties.
The pending charges include someone accused of sexually assaulting a 2-year-old, another accused of assaulting a 6-year-old and three felony human trafficking cases.
Sheriff Pickell said the suspects are believed to have been targeting children in Genesee County for sexual purposes.
These suspects come from different counties including Saginaw, Shiawassee, Oakland, Wayne, Lapeer, and Tuscola, Pickell said.
Since Friday, June 7, the newly formed GHOST team arrested two more suspects.
One is accused of sexually assaulting a 2-year-old while the other allegedly assaulted a 6-year-old.
Pickell said three human trafficking felony charges are also pending.
“The investigation is a sobering reminder that we must be more vigilant than ever protecting our children, even when they are not in public,” Pickell said in a Sunday evening Facebook post. “Predators are increasingly becoming more adept at interacting with children through various social media platforms.”
Sheriff: Genesee County mom charged after allegedly trafficking 6-year-old daughter
GENESEE COUNTY, Mich. — A mother has been charged on allegations that she involved her six-year-old daughter in human trafficking, according to a news release from the Genesee County Sheriff.
In addition, 20 other people have been arrested for committing alleged sex crimes related to soliciting sex with underage children in the county.
The arrests were made in conjunction with the sheriff’s newly-formed task force, GHOST.
The acronym GHOST stands for Genesee Human Oppression Strike Team.
Sheriff Pickell will hold a news conference about the arrests on Monday, June 10.
There’s an increase in human trafficking in communities across our state. Now, law enforcement is trying to get more information out to the public.
In a Facebook live on the Michigan State Police’s Facebook page, Trooper Amy Belanger with the Flint Post said Michigan is ranked 10th in human trafficking across the country. However, the state is ranked No. 2 in the nation for victim recovery.
The most common age of victims is between 13 and 16 years old. Belanger said 20 percent are male victims, though she believes that number to be much higher. She said younger victims are worth more money.
Belanger said the amount of major highways running through the state, as well as its proximity to Canada and surround states make it easier to transport victims from one place to another.
Belanger stressed human trafficking is happening everywhere in Michigan.
“Trafficking can happen anywhere. This is literally happening in every county, in every city of the state,” she said.
Belanger said another common misconception is trafficking involves children from other countries. She said the majority of victims are “homegrown” and in 40 percent of cases, traded by family members.
Belanger said in Genesee County, the youngest victim known to be trafficked was 4 months old. Belanger said the infant was traded by its parents.
While many people focus on kidnappings related to human trafficking, Belanger said only three percent of victims are forced into the trade and most victims are tricked. The traffickers, or pimps, use social media to build relationship with their victims online. Children are groomed for long periods of time to believe they are in a relationship and loved by the trafficker, then they’re asked to meet up or runaway with their abuser.
Another tactic used by pimps is to trick young teens using a marketing campaign. They claim to be from a modeling agency, offering security and health insurance. In another Genesee County case, investigators executing a search warrant found several posters advertising a modeling agency.Source
The posters had photos of beautiful young women, including the victim.
If you suspect a child is a victim, you’re asked to call police or the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888.Michigan State Police
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