Two Boston men convicted of human trafficking have been sentenced to at least 10 years in prison.
A Massachusetts man who served a prison sentence for coercing a teenager to prostitution is facing new charges including human trafficking along the East coast.
A Medford woman and a Woburn man have been arrested on charges of running a human trafficking ring, state Attorney General Martha Coakley announced Monday.
The attorney general said the four individuals ran a business enterprise that transported women to the Boston area and profited from their sexual services.
Three men were arrested for enticing a 15-year-old girl online for sex, Boston police announced on Sunday.
Just looking at Tanee Hobson, it’s hard to believe she’s 21-years old. She’s not even five feet tall, has a baby face, a youthful laugh, and a childlike smile.
Attorney General Martha Coakley is pressing lawmakers on an initiative to crack down on human trafficking in Massachusetts.
Attorney General Martha Coakley is joining with lawmakers and police to push for legislation toughening penalties for people who profit from human trafficking.