For the last four days, a multi-jurisdictional police dragnet has resulted in 110 arrests relating to prostitution, according to Sgt. Brad Dumit of KCPD's Vice Squad.
"It's everything," he tells us. "We're going after johns, girls, guys, in-calls, out-calls, we're going to them, they're coming to us, in streets, apartments on the Kansas side and Missouri side."
Dumit says local and state law enforcement agencies have been working together and sharing information about human trafficking. In addition to arresting prostitutes and their patrons, police have taken "four or five" pimps into custody after longer term investigations.
Check back for more details on Monday.