Four Arrested in Undercover Human Trafficking Operation in Huron Township

HURON TOWNSHIP, MI – The Huron Township Police Department, in cooperation with the City of Romulus Police Department, conducted an undercover Human Trafficking Operation within Huron Township on October 10th, 2019.

The intention of the operation was to arrest persons attempting to solicit prostitution from female decoys as well as those travelling to Huron Township to provide services of prostitution. The operation was held at an undisclosed vacant residence within Huron Township.

The Huron Township Police Department arrested four during the undercover operation.

  • A 46-year-old man from Monroe was arrested for soliciting prostitution. His vehicle was forfeited for its use in the crime.
  • A 28-year-old man from Taylor was arrested for soliciting prostitution.
  • A 42-year-old female from Warren was arrested for prostitution.
  • A 49-year-old man from Dearborn Heights was arrested on felony charges for transportation of a prostitute. His vehicle was forfeited for its use in the crime.

The Huron Township Police Department currently has two officers assigned to the Southeast Michigan Crimes Against Children Task Force, Director Everette Robbins and Corporal Sterling Price.

The Huron Township and Romulus Police Department’s held a similar operation in the City of Romulus in September of 2019. Contact the Romulus Police Department for more information on that detail.

“It is important that law enforcement send a clear message that the victimization of anyone through the means of prostitution or Human Trafficking will not be tolerated. More importantly, we want to get the victim’s the help and resources they deserve to get out of this dangerous lifestyle.”

“We are thankful for the partnership we have with the City of Romulus and hope to conduct similar operations in the near future. Crimes such as these do not respect borders and affect us all. It is helpful to take a teamwork approach and work together to tackle these types of crimes.” -Director Everette Robbins

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