The Idaho Attorney General's Office was busy over the weekend conducting a successful sting in which 11 men were captured, arrested, and charged for being child sexual predators.  Seven of the men are facing state charges and four of the men are facing federal charges.  Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said...

Operation Grand Canyon was very successful and I commend everyone who helped plan, organize and execute the project.  Thanks to the efforts, expertise and teamwork of dozens of dedicated law enforcement personnel, young people in the Treasure Valley are safer today."

Specifics on the charges along with details of those arrested have been listed by KTVB...

  • Dylan Steele, 24, no address known: coercion and enticement, and attempted transfer of obscene material to a minor.
  • Jesus Gonzalez, 20, of Caldwell: enticing a child through use of the internet.
  • John Albjerg, 33, of Nampa: coercion and enticement.
  • Mark W. Sharp, 21, of Boise: enticing a child through use of the internet.
  • Eduardo Arredondo Rivera, 26, of Caldwell: enticing a child through use of the internet.
  • Larry D. Morck, 59, of Meridian: coercion and enticement, and attempted sex trafficking of a child.
  • Reese H. Tolbert, 18, of Meridian: enticing a child through use of the internet.
  • Casey W. Louderman, 22, of Caldwell: enticing a child through use of the internet.
  • Shawn T. Conaway, 44, of Baker City, Oregon: attempted sex trafficking of children and travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct.
  • Ryan A. McElroy, 22, of Lake Havasu City, Arizona: enticing a child through use of the internet.
  • Tyelar A. Guadagno, 37, of Caldwell: enticing a child through use of the internet.

Mugshots have not been released for those charged federally but the others you can see HERE.