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Baltimore Pimp Convicted On Federal Charges Of Sex Trafficking Of A Child, Other Charges

According to evidence presented at his trial, Parks trafficked two vulnerable minor victims— a 16-year-old girl (Girl 1) and a 15-year-old girl (Girl 2) for commercial sex. According to trial testimony, Parks met Girl 1 online. During their communications, he learned that she was hungry and had no real place to live. He offered her a place to stay. Parks sent a car to pick the girl up, and within a day, had advertisements posted on a website that marketed commercial sex workers.


Ex-teacher sentenced to 22 years for producing child porn

Baltimore, MD — A onetime teacher will serve 22 years in federal prison for producing child pornography.


Maryland police arrest 58 during national child sex predators investigation

Officials from the Maryland Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force focused on individuals who possessed, manufactured or distributed child pornography, or engaged in online enticement of children for sexual purposes as well as child prostitution and human trafficking.


Delaware Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Federal Prison for Sex Trafficking a 15-Year-Old Girl

“This Lengthy Sentence Should Send a Message that Sex Trafficking Will Not Be Tolerated in Maryland”


Man Sentenced For Trafficking, Having Sex With A Minor

“Children cannot consent to have sex for money, and any adult, like this defendant, who encourages or profits from sexual exploitation of children faces a lengthy term in federal prison,” said U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland Robert K. Hur.


Man sentenced to 12 years for sex trafficking 15-year-old in Newark

Harry Eugene Rivers Jr., 29 of Delaware will spend 12 years in prison for forcing a 15-year-old girl to have sex with men at motels in Newark and Elkton, Md. He was sentenced in federal court Friday after pleading guilty to sex trafficking earlier this year. He could have faced up to life in prison.


Halting Human Trafficking Requires Public to “See the Unseen”

Bringing a halt to human trafficking needs help from the public, which must learn to “see the unseen,” an anti-trafficking advocate recently told church members here. Civilian training is the first step, said Rebecca McDonald, founder and president of Women at Risk, International (WAR), a Michigan-based non-profit organization that works to provide protection to those at risk, for the event.


Halting human trafficking requires public to ‘see the unseen’

The real problem of human trafficking is that it is “good business.” Traffickers can sell a human over and over again and still have deniability.


Maryland is an unforgiving state for sex-trafficking victims, a study finds. Some are trying to change that

Donna Bruce in her late 30s and teaching about 20 students the physiology of hair, a passion of hers since she was young. What they didn’t know, or she didn’t think they knew, was her past. When she was a teenager, her mom trafficked her for drugs and money.


Police: Md. human traffickers released on bond despite immigration, public safety concerns

Regardless three weeks after Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared war on human trafficking, the Rockville, MD. prosecutors opinion is “And I do have concerns about potential for flight risk and danger to the community.”