Six people have been arrested following a human trafficking sting operation in northern Minnesota.  The state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, along with other groups, arrested suspects who responded to a fake online ad and arrived at a meeting place for a “commercial sex crime.”  The suspects, ranging in age from 24 to 56, are in jail on probable cause solicitation of prostitution of an adult.  The operation ran from June 25th to 26th, netting three Minnesota residents as well as people from Illinois, Washington and Missouri.