Maximilien Aquitaine, 24, of Hillsboro, Washington County, Oregon, United States recently contacted someone online. He allegedly offered to pay money in exchange for the person to perform sexual acts he requested.
Unbeknownst to Aquitaine, he was communicating with one of the law enforcement officers posing as decoys as part of a human sex trafficking mission of the Lake Oswego Police Department in Lake Oswego, Oregon. The department conducted the operation on March 23, 2023 with the assistance of the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, the Oregon City Police Department, the Milwaukie Police Department and the Sandy Police Department.
Including Aquitaine, eight men responded and were arrested when they met with the decoys. One of them is Terrance A. Schloth, 52, of Gresham, Multnomah County, Oregon.
Schloth initially gave a false name so he was charged for commercial sexual solicitation and the additional charge of giving false information to a peace officer in connection with a citation. Aquitaine and the other six men were released after being cited for commercial sexual solicitation.
Incorporated on October 19, 1876, Hillsboro is the county seat of Washington County. It is the fifth largest city in Oregon.
Several companies are headquartered in Hillsboro including Norm Thompson Outfitters, Parr Lumber, Rodgers Instruments and Soloflex. Olympic rower Josh Inman, 43, was born and raised in the city.
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