Top Official At Pentagon Arrested as Part of Sex Trafficking Investigation

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As part of an investigation into human trafficking, Coweta County, Georgia, police arrested a high-ranking Department of Defense administrator and released video footage of him allegedly requesting paid intercourse from an undercover agent.

Local investigators captured on video, as part of a sting operation, Department of Defense Education Chief of Staff Stephen Hovanic, who supervises the schools that educate the children of U.S. service members.

Hovanic was allegedly soliciting sex in a motel room.

Hovanic is confronted with a pandering charge of misdemeanor sexual solicitation.

His is one of two dozen arrests that Coweta County authorities made during a two-day human trafficking operation.

Three of those accused are currently under investigation by the Haralson County Sheriff’s Office on suspicion of “human trafficking and drug charges.”

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