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Dallas police charge two 19-year-olds with force prostitution of 15-year-old girl

February 24, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Dallas police charge two 19-year-olds with force prostitution of 15-year-old girl

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Dallas Police announced the arrest of two 19-year-old men who stand accused of forcing a 15-year-old girl into prostitution against her will they had met on social media, the Houston Chronicle reported.

Mike Osorio and Rafael Rodas, both 19, face a litany of charges including sexual assault and forced prostitution.

According to Dallas Police Deputy Chief Rob Sherwin, both men met the 15-year-old on Facebook and she agreed to meet them in person.

Sherwin said Osorio and Rodas held the girl against her will and forced her to have sex with at least six men per day over the course of her captivity.

The girl eventually managed to escape, and police picked her up as a runaway. During a medical examination, she told a nurse of the forced prostitution.

According to police, the victim described what had happened to her and another girl, who was also lured by the suspects on Facebook.

Dallas Police obtained a warrant to search the home of the two men and found evidence linking Osorio and Rodas to the girl’s sexual assault and human trafficking allegations.

Prosecutors charged Rodas back on January 28th with Trafficking in Persons/Child, a first degree felony; Compelling Prostitution/Child also a first degree felony; and, Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity.

Rodas also hit faces a second-degree felony F/2 and has been held in the custody of the Lew Sterrett Jail on $35,000 bond for each of the charges.

Authorities placed Osorio under arrest on Monday week and charged him with Sexual Assault/Child a second degree felony; Trafficking in Persons/Child, a first degree felony; Compelling Prostitution/Child, a first degree felony; and, Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity a second degree felony.

Osorio is currently being held on a $150,000 bond on each charge.

Dallas Police Department’s High Risk Victims and Trafficking Squad along with the U.S. Marshalls Service carried out the investigation.

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