A Burkburnett man was arrested for Solicitation of Prostitution during an undercover Texas Department of Public Safety operation.
According to allegations provided in an arrest warrant:
On Oct. 6, a special agent with the Texas DPS Criminal Investigations Divisions conducted a one-day operation to target people attempting to solicit prostitutes online. The purpose was to combat human trafficking.
"Operation Nooner" was conducted at a hotel in Wichita Falls.
Justin McCracken responded to an ad and agreed to pay money in exchange for sexual acts. The special agent monitored text messages between McCracken and the undercover officer in which McCracken agreed to pay money for sexual favors.
McCracken arrived at a hotel and was arrested by officers for Solicitation of Prostitution.
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Because of COVID pandemic conditions at the jail, McCracken was released, and a warrant was issued for his arrest later. Police arrested him on Friday.
He is charged with Solicitation of Prostitution. His bond was set at $2,500 by a judge.
This article originally appeared on Wichita Falls Times Record News: Undercover DPS operation lands man in jail for solicitation