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Seven Arrested During Undercover Sex Sting At Hobie Point

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The suspects were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail after an undercover sex sting at Hobie Point at Lake Hefner. The suspects were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail after an undercover sex sting at Hobie Point at Lake Hefner.
According to the police reports, several of the men approached the officers, unzipped their pants, and started touching themselves. According to the police reports, several of the men approached the officers, unzipped their pants, and started touching themselves.

By Dave Davis, News 9

OKLAHOMA CITY -- An undercover investigation by Oklahoma City Police lands seven men behind bars.

The suspects were booked into the Oklahoma County Jail after an undercover sex sting at Hobie Point at Lake Hefner.

According to the police reports, several of the men approached the officers, unzipped their pants, and started touching themselves. That's when the undercover officers told them what they were actually doing there, and then placed them under arrest.

Hobie Point is becoming known as a place for this type of activity. Police regularly patrol this area, and conduct these kind of undercover stings.

We did a quick check on News9.com, and found several more stings just like this past one dating back to 2009.

4/4/2014 Related Story: Man Arrested At Hobie Point For Lewd Acts

8/22/2013 Related Story: 10 More Men Arrested For Lewd Behavior at Lake Hefner

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