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Seven Men Arrested in Portland During Undercover Sex Trafficking Mission

Friday, January 27, 2017

 

Seven men were arrested during an undercover sex trafficking mission conducted by the Portland Police in early January. The mission was conducted to address online sex trafficking. 

The following is a list of the men arrested for commercial sexual solicitation: 

  • 36-year-old Robert Jon Haydon of Portland, Oregon 
  • 34-year-old Husam M. Mohammed of Portland, Oregon 
  • 51-year-old Joel Reuben Spielman of Portland, Oregon 
  • 31-year-old Brian Christopher O'Donnell of Seattle, Washington 
  • 48-year-old Samuel Beno Parkman of Portland, Oregon 
  • 38-year-old Danya Peter Feltzin of Portland, Oregon  
  • 50-year-old Christian J. Larson of Salem, Oregon 

 

The Mission 

Investigators posted online ads on known sex trafficking websites. Seven men contacted undercover police officers to arrange payment for sexual acts.  

For investigative reasons, the Sex Trafficking Unit is not sharing the specific website, application, or ad text publicly. 

The seven men who responded to the ad and came to the hotel were arrested with the misdemeanor crime of Commercial Sexual Solicitation. 

 

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