Over 200 human trafficking victims identified in Ohio
Officials said Ohio law enforcement spotted more than 200 potential victims of human trafficking in 2015, 60 of whom were under 18 years old. All of this according to a report from Attourney General Mike DeWine.
Most of the cases involved young, white, female victims of sex trafficking. Three males were identified, however. Three victims were 12 and younger, four were 13, 23 were 14 to 15 years old and 30 were 16 to 17 years old. But one victim was older than 60. Of the victims identified, 79 were white, 45 were black, 46 victims were Asian and 33 were not racially identified.
The report: 102 human trafficking investigations resulted in 104 arrests and 33 criminal convictions.[symple_button url=”http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2016/01/25/human-trafficking-report.html” color=”red” button_target=”_self”]Read More[/symple_button]
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