Friday, January 27, 2023

Police have found a missing 11-year-old girl who was a victim of human trafficking in Georgia, USA.

An 11-year-old girl who went missing in Georgia earlier this week was finally found alive by police on Friday.

Clayton County officials said they believe the girl, named R’Kayla Briggs, was a victim of human trafficking. However, they have not confirmed where she was found or whether she was with anyone when she was located.

Deputies arrived at the girl’s Jonesboro home on Tuesday and learned that she had left the house at approximately 3:39 p.m. that day. He left home with a packed suitcase but without the permission of his family.

Relatives told investigators she had planned to leave with an unidentified adult male she met online “for some time,” but the adult’s identity is unclear.

Since the girl was found, police have not confirmed whether she was a victim of human trafficking. – photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Local police believed that the girl was in danger and that her disappearance was related to human trafficking. However, since the girl has been traced, they have not confirmed whether she was a victim of human trafficking.

According to officials, some people had obstructed the investigation.

“We ask the community to ask law enforcement to investigate this matter as many parties intervened with the investigation of the matter,” he told fox 5 atlanta Clayton County Police spokeswoman Julia Isaacs.

As of now, the investigation is still active and the suspect is expected to be found in the next few days. It is not yet clear whether anyone else has been arrested in connection with the girl’s disappearance.

New York sex trafficker forced migrants into prostitution under threat of deportation

In other developments, the FBI continues to investigate hundreds of illegal immigrant women who have been victims of a sex trafficking scheme in New York that involves an alleged ringleader who lured women by threatening them with online waitress job advertisements. Allures to push into prostitution. Immigration is calling.

The office said last month that Yeseni Gomez, who was arrested Aug. 12 when the Westchester County Safe Streets Task Force and its local law enforcement partners participated in “Operation Cross Country,” could have hundreds of victims, as investigators had reportedly identified more than 1,600 advertisements linked to Gomez promoting prostitution for a decade.

The FBI said the ads were found on Facebook, and, and that Gomez likely used the trade name “Chicas Express”.

According to a federal complaint filed in the Southern District of New York, Gomez allegedly Took advantage of recent Spanish-speaking immigrants to force them into prostitution in Westchester County and the Bronx.

The complaint describes how an undocumented Venezuelan woman responded to an online ad for a waitress position at a Manhattan restaurant.

Gomez, who also goes by the aliases Carolina and Yeseni Peguero, allegedly conducted a fake interview for the job, but when the woman showed up on her first day of work, Gomez reportedly demanded that The victim starts having sex with him for money. Will call federal authorities to deport the victim.

The complaint states that the Venezuelan woman initially refused, but Gomez and an alleged accomplice harassed and threatened the victim over several days until, coerced, she agreed to see three clients in one night happened. For about three weeks, the victim saw both “regular” clients paying $200 per encounter and “VIP” clients paying $700 per encounter.

That was until an undercover agent answered an ad for an illegal encounter at the Tarrytown Hotel. When Gomez arrived in a van to drop off the victim the next day, officers stopped her.

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