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So what's up in this otherwise sleepy state?
And a recent 750,000 grant has funded a shelter for trafficking victims, m reports.
Questions or concerns relating to the accessibility of the FCC's online public file system should be directed to the FCC at, (TTY."I think traffickers see this as a trusting place lokale salg sussex and think, 'They're never going to catch me says the manager of a nonprofit that helps trafficked girls.Traffickers are also said to like the state's poor areas; the AP notes about half of the feds' cases involved Native American women.This article originally appeared on Newser: Newser is a USA today content partner providing general news, commentary and coverage from around the Web.Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below.
Prosecutions have involved would-be customers (a Texas air traffic controller got 15 years for responding to an ad for sex with a 12-year-old at the Sturgis motorcycle rally) and the high-profile trafficker Mohammed Sharif Alaboudi.
UTC Nov 16, 2015 (newser federal authorities are cracking down on sex trafficking in a seemingly unlikely place: the friendly, low-crime state of South Dakota.More from newser: Published 5:26.m.Public File Liaison: Jane Ploeger, station Contact Info: wsaw-TV 1114 Grand Ave.UTC Nov 16, 2015.In 2013, Alaboudi received four life terms for operating what US Attorney Brendan Johnson described as "a house of horrors"a one-bedroom apartment where homeless or drug-addicted women were forced to have sex with strangers."Well, we seem to be catching an awful lot of them.".Terms of Service, privacy Notice, copyright Gannett 2018.Its content is produced independently of USA today.Now a coalition including police, federal prosecutors, tribal law enforcement, the Junior League, and church groups is going after the problem.Click Here to access the online Public Inspection File.
By the AP's count, the feds in the last few years have gone after about 50 cases and secured life sentences on three occasions.
Since then, we've had a steady diet of prosecution of sex trafficking cases." That's partially due to a change in the mindset of local law enforcement, with a Sioux Falls officer telling m that instead of going after prostitutes, the focus is on finding women who have.
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for traveling.
South, dakota with the intent of having sex with girls at a Sioux Falls.