VALDOSTA, Ga. (WTXL) — The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office says three more suspects have been arrested in Operation Broken Arrow, a sting operation targeting online child predators and child traffickers. This leg of Operation Broken Arrow was a four-day proactive effort centered in Valdosta. Investigators say the arrestees, ranging in age from 20 to 57, traveled from areas around South Georgia with the intent to meet a child for sex.

The sidewalks in front of the Rimrock Mall were lined with red sand Saturday as members of the Yellowstone County Human Trafficking Prevention and Awareness Taskforce and volunteers from the Zonta Club of Billings and others participated in the day-long event to raise awareness of human trafficking and to promote the group’s event coming up in April. The April 16th event is scheduled to be at MSU Billings’ Peaks to


Mar 2020

Trucker Tuesday!

Happy #TruckerTuesday! We are so grateful for our professional drivers!

A Republic, Missouri, truck driver pleaded guilty in federal court to transporting two Missouri teenagers across state lines and sexually assaulting them. Cleveland Lee Crumsey, 37, pleaded guilty before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge David P. Rush to one count of transporting a minor across state lines to engage in criminal sexual activity. By pleading guilty, Crumsey admitted that he transported two child victims across state lines from Missouri to Iowa