Police arrested human trafficking in Sudbury

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In Greater Sudbury, police have arrested and charged a man with human trafficking.

After a two-year investigation, police found the Toronto-based suspect in a Sudbury hotel room with two people – a woman and a minor.

Police said that both the victims are now safe and have received help from the Victims Service Agency.

The suspect faces eight charges, including trafficking in a person under the age of 18, trafficking in an adult, advertising sex services and withholding or destroying documents related to human trafficking.

Ontario Provincial Police said the accused is in jail, pending bail.

Human trafficking investigations led to his arrest, which involved several police services including the Toronto Police Service, Peel Regional Police Service, Greater Sudbury Police Service, Kingston Police Force, Peterborough Police Service, Waterloo Regional Police Service, Anishinabek Police Service and Ontario Provincial . police.

News From CBC | Sudbury News

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