Tulsa prostitution sting finds human trafficking victims, one only 15
TULSA, Okla. – A four-day prostitution sting in the northeastern part of the state turned up information on minors forced into human trafficking.
A sweep through Tulsa, Rogers, Ottawa and Delaware counties landed more than 40 people in police custody.
More than 30 people have been taken in for engaging or soliciting prostitution.
Officials said seven “Johns” and one “pimp” were also arrested.
Authorities said three women were identified as victims of human trafficking and are now in a shelter.
One of those victims was only 15 years old.
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