MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Before the Super Bowl comes to Minneapolis in February, city leaders are looking at combating a problem that’s happening off the field: sex trafficking.
Minneapolis police, city and county officials and several nonprofit groups came together before the City Council on Wednesday morning to present their plans.
Authorities said the market for sex trafficking online is big in Minnesota and many victims are transported frequently across state lines.
Undercover agents will be embedded on various sites online, posing…
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