Hooker Patrol / Howard Police charged slave owner Kamal Dorchy with Pimping Hookers in No-Tell Motel; Maryland’s latest Black Man that Owns Slaves

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Hooker Patrol / Howard Police charged Kamal Dorchy with Pimping Hookers in No-Tell Motel; Maryland’s latest Black Man that Owns Slaves

Kamal Dorchy a black man who is a slave owner busted by Howard County Police

LAUREL, MD. – Being an owner of slaves is still in fashion among certain circles of black men, commonly known as Pimps. Howard County Police report that they have sidelined one such Pimp who has been running prostitutes under the modern term of “human trafficking” which has been illegal in the United States since 1863 when President Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves during the Civil War. For the most part, slave owners of the era were white males while most news reports in recent years revealed that the slave owners in the Maryland region are black men.

Howard County police report that they have charged a man with human trafficking after an investigation revealed he was forcing multiple female victims into prostitution.

Kamal Dorchy from LinkedIn where this ex-con who did ten years for armed robbery now uses the internet to fleece victims. No bullets needed.

Kamal Germaine Dorchy, a black male, who also uses the name Kamal Goodwyn, 43, of Charles Plaza in Baltimore, has been charged with multiple counts of human trafficking and is being held at the Howard County Detention Center without bond.

Police were called to a motel in the 9800 block of Washington Boulevard in Laurel July 23 for a theft report. Officers recognized signs of prostitution and human trafficking and identified a woman believed to be a victim.

Detectives began investigating Dorchy as a suspect and later located him after he rented a motel room in Prince George’s County. Police served a search warrant on the room and found three additional women inside, ranging in age from 17 to 24. All are believed to be victims of human trafficking.

Peddling sex may imperil the jail-less to being housed in the slammer by Prince Georges Police with photos of Johns tweeted to the world!

Through investigation, detectives believe that Dorchy coordinated appointments at motels for the women and forced them to perform sex acts for money. Dorsey photographed the victims and placed ads on the website Backpage, which is known to be used for prostitution. He then took half of the money the victims received for the sex acts.

Detectives also believe that Dorchy assaulted the victims, threatened them with a handgun and supplied them with drugs. Dorchy is alleged to have exerted significant control over the women, including their access to food and sleep, only letting them rest for short periods so they could spend more time on prostitution appointments. He also took the victims’ phones or forwarded texts and calls from their phones to his own to control their communication.

All of the victims were offered support services and taken to appropriate locations for their safety. Howard County has an ongoing effort to combat prostitution, human trafficking, and related offenses. Investigators are focused on arresting traffickers and offering assistance to victims through housing, treatment, transportation and other services.

Howard County detectives also regularly monitor the website Backpage, which is known by police to be used for prostitution, often involving girls who are victims of trafficking. Police regularly place their own ad on Backpage, warning men not to engage in prostitution or human trafficking in Howard County.

Police are continuing to investigate Dorchy and his possible connection to additional victims. Anyone with information should call 410-313-STOP or email HCPDcrimetips@howardcountymd.gov.

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Kamal Jermaine (Germaine) Goodwyn-Dorchy, of 5 Charles Place #2703, Baltimore, Md., aka Kamal Jermain, of 11708 Ellington Ave., Beltsville, Md., was charged in Prince Georges County District Court with second-degree assault from an incident which took place on May 7, 2016. A trial date of Sept. 11, 2017, has been set for District Court in Hyattsville. John M. McKenna is the attorney for the man with two names and two addresses and an alleged stable of hooker/slaves.

Dorchy’s career includes being found guilty of armed robbery in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court on Feb. 15, 2001, and was sentenced to ten years in prison with none of the jail time suspended; he was also found guilty of a use of a gun during a robbery and picked up another five years in prison. Dino E. Flores of Rockville, Md., represented Dorchy on that criminal case.

 

 

 

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