More than 100 people have been arrested in Polk County following a six-day investigation into prostitution and human trafficking.
A Central Florida school employee, a corrections officer and a 40-year-old man who had a pregnant wife at home and was due that same day, were among the 114 arrests.
The sheriff's office called the investigation "Operation Not So Silent Night" and it ran from December 8th through December 13th.
Investigators say female undercover detectives posted fictitious ads online, and male undercover detectives responded to other ads posted online.
Among those arrested, detectives think four are victims of human trafficking.
The suspects ranged in age from 17 to 64.
Of the 114 suspects arrested:
50 were prostitutes
51 were “johns,” or those who solicited to pay for prostitution
11 others were arrested for related charges
2 were arrested for traveling to meet a minor
28 told detectives they were married
5 told detectives they were on public assistance
8 are Polk County residents
15 were visiting Florida from another state