AG Shapiro Charges Human Trafficking Ring Operator In PennsylvaniaAttorney General Josh Shapiro announced charges against a business owner for operating a human trafficking ring in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida.
Five People Charged With Forcing 14 Mexican Nationals To Work On FarmsFive people who allegedly forced 14 Mexican nationals to work on farms in Wisconsin have been indicted, federal prosecutors said.
Occupancy Permit For Murrysville Massage Parlor Suspended After Human Trafficking BustThe occupancy permit for a Murrysville massage parlor has been suspended after its owner was arrested and charged in a human trafficking bust.
Mike Tomlin Authors Foreward For New Book Focusing On Fight Against Human TraffickingMike Tomlin, the Pittsburgh Steelers head coach, has written the foreword for a new book about the international problem of human trafficking.
Woman Who Arranged For Man To Have Sex With 2-Year-Old Daughter For $1,200 Sentenced To PrisonA woman will spend decades in prison for the attempted sex trafficking of her 2-year-old child.
FBI's Raid Of Massage Parlor Leads To Larger Probe Into Prostitution, Possible Human TraffickingPittsburgh Police and FBI agents raided a massage parlor in Squirrel Hill after receiving complaints of prostitution and human trafficking.
9 Die In Immigrant-Smuggling Attempt In Sweltering TruckAt least nine people died after being crammed into a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer Texas heat, authorities said Sunday in what they described as an immigrant-smuggling attempt gone wrong.
Nationwide Crackdown On Sex Trafficking Leads To Local ArrestsIn the past few weeks, there's been a nationwide crackdown on sex trafficking, especially child sex trafficking.
Local Parents Speak Out After Texas Girl Goes Missing The parents of a Washington County girl allegedly victimized by a man she met online are now working with police in Dallas, Texas after another 14-year-old girl went missing.
Women Charged With Running Prostitution Ring Appear In Court Chong Hee Kil, Hee Mae Jeong, and Ok Ja Ko did not want their pictures taken when they arrived at a magistrate’s office Monday.