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The suspects were arrested on felony charges of child molestation or computer pornography.

The mugshots of 37 of the men were released to the public Tuesday, and two photos were not released because the men were age 17.

The one thing the 39 individuals have in common -- they were all arrested this summer for trying to have sex with children, according to officials with the Effingham County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies from the Effingham and Chatham County Sheriff’s Offices lured the men to the area over the past 10 weeks in “Operation Summer Heat” by pretending to be underage children.

Deputies lured the suspects Effingham and Chatham counties over the past 10 weeks by posing as underage children on the internet.

Officials say the suspects, who hail from Georgia and South Carolina, were arrested on child molestation and computer pornography charges. Deputies say some of the suspects would try to meet the children and arrive at locations where they were arrested.

But instead of a young boy or girl, they would find a sheriff’s deputy, ready to make an arrest. “Some had to be chased, but in the end all the offenders ended up in the Effingham County jail.” The Effingham Sheriff’s Office has been making these kinds of arrests for five years now, and their efforts have been covered extensively by the media. “Apparently, it’s a very, very, very powerful enticement,” said Ogeechee Assistant District Attorney Brian Deal. Deal said the men who plead guilty tend to get shorter prison terms, but even they get 10 years and a long probation term when they must register as a sex offender.

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“This operation was designed to send a clear message from Effingham County Sheriff Jimmy Mc Duffie and Chatham County Sheriff Johnny Wilcher that individuals who target our children for their own purposes will not be tolerated in Effingham and Chatham counties,” said Effingham Sheriff’s Investigator Joe Heath. ” and despite their misgivings, would still arrive at sting sites where they were arrested, officials said.

The Effingham County Sheriff’s Office is an affiliate member of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crimes against Children Task Force. They would try to meet children in public places such as a park or a fast-food restaurant or more secluded places such as a private home – some place the offender would feel safe.