Beaverton police, working with FBI Child Exploitation Task Force, identify men seeking to meet minors for sex.

Six men were arrested Thursday, May 3, by Beaverton police in connection with sex crimes related to minors.

All six were placed in the Washington County Jail on charges of online sexual corruption of a child in the first degree, and luring a minor, according to a statement by police Friday, May 4.

The arrests were coordinated by Portland's FBI Child Exploitation Task Force. It is a partnership between the FBI and local agencies aimed at identifying and arresting child predators, recovering minors who are victims of sex trafficking and online exploitation, and dealing with sexual exploitation.

Member agencies can vary, but current ones on the task force are Portland, Beaverton, Hillsboro and Tigard police, and the Clackamas County sheriff.

They were identified as: David Andrade-Arroyo, 19; Justin Metschan-Baertlein, 22; Eden Gutierrez-Contreras, 25; Brian Curtis Rudd, 34; Thembi Kareem Reeves, 34, who also is charged with felony failure to report as a sex offender, and Terry Lennis Hall, 51.

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