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Four indicted in sex-trafficking ring Web Staff
March 07, 2018 10:17 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A group of suspects has been indicted in the case of a multi-state sex-trafficking ring based in Albuquerque.


Jason Jackson, Camara Cherry-Amos, Andrew Wyatt and Chante Bickham all face a series of human trafficking and prostitution-related charges.

Bernalillo County deputies say an investigation began last month when the Children Youth and Families Department gave them a tip about a 16-year-old sold for sex in Arizona. They rescued the teen and have made a total of six arrests.

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