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  Posted on: Thursday, September 10, 2020
Several local massage parlors accused of taking part in labor and human trafficking crimes
Source: KTSM

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The Texas Department of Public Safety, along with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and Homeland Security Investigations served 13 state search warrants at several massage parlors in El Paso where labor and human trafficking was reported.

DPS Criminal Investigation Division Special Agents along with other law enforcement partners conducted the searches at various massage parlor locations, which officials said resulted in 25 interviews and recovered evidence that supports the offenses of human trafficking, prostitution, and aggravated promotion of prostitution.


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