Child Sex Sting Leads to Arrest of Six Men

A joint sex sting carried out Beaverton police and the FBI’s Child Sex Exploitation Task Force has led to the arrest of six people.

According to a statement by police in a prepared statement, the men were contacted “via online apps.” They allegedly said they wanted to meet minors for sex. They were arrested on Thursday.

  • 19-Year-old David Andrade-Arroyo, 19, was charged with Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the first degree and Luring a Minor.
  • Justin Metschan-Baertlein, 22, was charged with Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the first degree and Luring a Minor.
  • Eden Gutierrez-Contreras, 25, was charged with Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the first degree and Luring a Minor.
  • Brian Curtis Rudd, 34, was charged with Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the first degree and Luring a Minor
  • Thembi Kareem Reeves, 44, was charged with Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the first degree, Luring a Minor, and Felony Failure to Report as a Sex Offender.
  • Terry Lennis Hall, 51, was charged with Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the first degree and Luring a Minor.

They are currently in the Washington County Jail.

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