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Monday, November 27, 2017

2 Men Arrested In Elkridge In Drug And Human Trafficking Case

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two Baltimore men have been arrested in a drug and human trafficking case in which crack cocaine and money were being traded for sex with a young woman, police say.

Around 1 a.m. November 17, two officers were on patrol in the Elkridge area when they observed two suspicious men walking from the Hillside Motel in the 6300 block of Washington Boulevard.
After approaching the men and talking to them, the officers noticed one of the men reaching for an unknown object. When asked what he was reaching for, the man told officers it was a knife.

The officers say the same man, 34-year-old William Wyatt, was also carrying a handgun, seven vials of crack cocaine, five bags of marijuana, over $650 cash, two cell phones, and a key to a room at the motel.

Officers say the other man, 18-year-old Leroy Robinson, had arranged a prostitution appointment for Wyatt at the motel in exchange for drugs.

PCPD: Pair charged with human trafficking, forced prostitution

According to PCPD, more than one victim reported being coerced by Crystal Marshall and Tyler Culver to perform prostitution in return for room and board.

PANAMA CITY — Two Bay County residents remain behind bars on human trafficking and prostitution charges after being swept up in a police sting operation, according to arrest reports.

Crystal Leeann Marshall, 31, and Tyler Firand Culver, 27, recently had an arraignment date scheduled on the charges. They were arrested Nov. 18 at the La Quinta Inn, 1030 E. 23rd St., after meeting with undercover agents to allegedly arrange a sexual encounter with a victim. Marshall and Culver remain in custody at the Bay County Jail on bonds of $36,500 and $26,000, respectively, court records stated.

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Two Men Arrested On Human Trafficking Charges

Two men face charges after police said they ran an online sex trafficking operation.

One of the victims was able to escape Monday to get help and told officers she was being held against her will by Jarvis Anderson and Lawrence Jackson, along with another victim at a hotel.

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Human Trafficking Victim Turns In Alleged Abuser

Bradenton, Fla. -- Human trafficking, also known as modern-day slavery, is a crime some victims are too ashamed to report.

The numbers are staggering. According to between 14 and 17-thousand people are trafficked into the US each year, generating $32 billion dollars.

Recently, a Manatee County man was arrested on human trafficking. Deputies arrested 41-year-old Juan Cruz Jr. after one victim turned him in to deputies.

“Bravo to her to have the courage to come forward,” said Bradenton Police Chief Melanie Bevan. Florida Governor Rick Scott recently appointed Bevan to the Governor’s State Council on Human Trafficking.

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13-year-old girl rescued, 39 arrested in human trafficking sting in Compton, authorities say

 Los Angeles Times

A human trafficking sting in Compton resulted in 39 arrests and the rescue of a 13-year-old girl, authorities said Friday.

The girl was released to the care of the Department of Children and Family Services after freeing her in the sweep conducted Wednesday by the Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force, along with deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Compton Station.

Two women were arrested on charges of soliciting undercover deputies for various sex acts, authorities said. Sixteen additional females were arrested on suspicion of loitering for the purposes of prostitution, authorities said.

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8 Arrested In Human Trafficking Investigation

Oshkosh -   The Oshkosh Police Department announced today the arrest of 8 men as they conducted a human trafficking investigation yesterday, focusing on persons who are willing to pay for sexual contact.

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Thursday, November 9, 2017

"Ramsay the Great" Hip Hop Producer Pleads Guilty To Human Trafficking

ANAHEIM, CA — A 25-year-old Granada Hills resident and hip-hop music producer known as "Ramsay Tha Great" was sentenced to 10 years in prison for pimping four women in Orange County.

Brandon Christopher Ramsay pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts of pimping and pandering, and one count each of human trafficking and assault with a firear — all felonies.

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