Marietta Police arrests 4 Sex Trafficking Suspects
August 22, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Marietta police said the 15-year-old victim was forced to have sex with multiple men in a hotel room at a Cobb County hotel in Georgia. Based on what the girl told police, officers searched two rooms at the Days Inn in the 2000 block of Northwest Parkway, Marietta police spokesman Charles McPhilamy said in an emailed statement. Three suspects were identified inside the rooms and the fourth was at a nearby hotel. Arrest warrants said the girl was at the motel from Friday through Monday, Channel 2 Action News reported. “We commend this young victim for having the courage to report the crime as well as the hard work our detectives put into thwarting this operation while still in its infancy,” McPhilamy said.
The sex trafficking industry is fueled by buyers who pay traffickers to supply victims to meet their demand. Men, women and children from a wide variety of backgrounds are victimized through sex trafficking. While the dark world of international sex trafficking is becoming a hot topic in our culture, many people remain unaware that sex trafficking isn’t just an international problem. Sex trafficking is happening in our own backyards – whether you live in rural America or in a big city, you might be surprised to find that it’s happening in your neighborhoods and communities. The commercial exploitation of children is a particularly growing problem in the U.S.
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