Maryland Sleuths Nab Pimp; Put the Brakes on Teen Hooker Business; Jimmie Junior Rogers II Held Girl as Sex Slave
(Pikesville, MD) While University of Maryland students fret over imagined and perceived racism in a frat-brothers email, slavery is shown to still be alive in the former slave-state of Maryland.
Coming on the heels of another such case in December where State Police nabbed two black guys who were conducting a sex-slave business in Princess Anne and shipping the slaves back and forth to Pennsylvania to service customers, another alleged black slave master apparently finds keeping teenage girls as his slave to be profitable.
Time will tell if the precocious students in College Park deem this crime serious enough for their lofty attention. Perhaps email statements are more important to them.
Members of the Maryland State Police Child Recovery Unit arrested an Anne Arundel County man on human trafficking charges and recovered a missing girl.
The suspect is identified as Jimmie Junior Rogers II, 27, of 8409 Terry Lee Way, Severn, Maryland.
Rogers was charged with Human Trafficking of a minor and related prostitution charges. Rogers was taken to the Anne Arundel County District Court where he is awaiting an appearance.
As a result of an online investigation into an internet advertisement, members of the Maryland State Police Child Recovery Unit with the assistance of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, recovered a missing 17-year-old female victim. Police believe the young girl was the victim of a human trafficking business.
The investigation revealed she was reported missing by the Baltimore City Police Department.
On April 3, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. Maryland State troopers investigating the case, located the suspect at a hotel in the 800-block of Elkridge Landing Road in Linthicum. Rogers was arrested without incident.
The Maryland Internet Crimes against Children Task Force is comprised of police agencies from around the state. Its primary mission is to protect children from computer-facilitated sexual exploitation.
The Task Force works cooperatively with law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to provide resources to combat these crimes.
Additionally, the Task Force provides community awareness campaigns helping to prevent the spread of these crimes through education.
Rogers was charged with 17 counts of prostitution and human trafficking by force and for purpose of financial gain by Maryland State Police Cpl. Heid.
The Anne Arundel County States Attorney’s Office made a special deal for this accused slave-master of young teens.
On April 9, 2014 in Anne Arundel District Court, the States Attorney put five traffic charges including DUI, reckless driving, speeding on the Stet Docket. Rogers had been charged by Maryland State Trooper M. Bender on Dec. 31, 2013 at 11:50 pm.
The 2013 New Year’s Eve DUI arrest resulted in no time and no fine as Rogers waltzed out of court to get back to his business of being an alleged pimp and slave-master.
As corruption in the American judicial system has a fine tradition going back to the founding of the nation, what inducements may have been to prosecutors to give such favorable treatment to Rogers can only be surmised by the reader.
The former Anne Arundel States Attorney, responsible for the easy treatment for such a serious offence as benefited Rogers, lost the election last year to Republican Wes Adams who will now be responsible for preparing and prosecuting the pending charges.
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