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Black Slave Owners: cops bust up another slavery and prostitution ring in Maryland

Alleged slave owner imported hookers from Europe for Montgomery County prostitution business

GERMANTOWN, MD. — In the third recent incident of a role reversal of the historic issue of slavery in America, police agencies in Maryland have charged an African-American man for owning slaves and allegedly forcing them to work for him the sex industry. Other incidents in the past year have taken place with the arrest of two black men for imprisoning women in Princess Anne, Md., and transporting them to men for prostitution throughout Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.

U. S. Marshal News Beat: report on fugitives found, dealers done, killer caught

Murder Suspect Finally in U.S. Custody After Nearly a Decade on the Run

01/22/2015 10:48 PM EST

January 22, 2015 – After nearly a decade on the run, murder suspect Eduardo Estrada-Garcia is finally back on U.S. soil to face his charges. The U.S. Marshals Service South West Investigative Fugitive Team task force took custody of Estrada-Garcia after he was extradited from Mexico.

Hooker Patrol: not all pimps are nice guys; Germaine J. Wiggins busted for kidnapping, prostituion

Maryland State Police report that an Allegany County man was arrested yesterday in Cecil County on human trafficking and related charges after two women who had been traveling with him said they were being held against their will.

The suspect is identified as Germaine J. Wiggins, 34, who is also known to use the name Prince & Mack Luxury, of Frostburg, Md. He is charged with two counts each of human trafficking/benefit financially, human trafficking/explicit perform, prostitution, and kidnapping. He is being held in the Cecil County Detention Center without bond.

Lashonda and the Noisedelles now appearing at the Hotel St. Mary’s after a smashing success at Hermanville Music Festival

Police say that on April 13, 2014 at 8:45PM, Corporal Watters responded to a residence on Hermanville Road in Lexington Park for a noise complaint. Corporal Watters requested the music be turned down. Initially, subjects complied and made an announcement for everyone to leave. However, as Corporal Watters walked toward his car to leave the large crowd became unruly by yelling profanity and turning up the music. Additional deputies were requested to respond.