By CBS13 Staff

TURLOCK (CBS13) — A two-day operation against human trafficking in Stanislaus County resulted in the arrest of dozens of people last month, authorities say.

The operation took place on Jan. 28 and 29. A slew of local law enforcement agencies collaborated in the mission.

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In total, more than 60 people were arrested for various human trafficking-related offenses across Stanislaus County. In the Turlock part of the operation, police say 13 people were arrested.

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Police say they’re also working with Homeland Security to federally charge one suspect accused of soliciting an undercover officer who was posing as an underage girl.

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Two guns and a large amount of illegal drugs were also seized in the Turlock part of the operation, police say.