Two women accused of running a brothel in Desert Hot Springs

Two women were released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of prostitution-related offenses in Desert Hot Springs.

The arrest came after the Riverside County Anti-Trafficking in Persons (RCAHT) Task Force served a search warrant at the 13000 block of Palm Drive in connection with the sex trafficking investigation, the Department of Police announced on Wednesday. Three.

One of the two women, identified as 55 years old from the highlands, was arrested for brokering, playing around, maintaining a brothel and soliciting prostitution.

A second woman, identified as 61, was arrested for soliciting prostitution and maintaining a brothel.

The two women were transported to the John J Benoit Detention Center in Indio, but released on bail a few hours later, prison records show. Both are scheduled to appear in court in February 2022.

During this investigation, no victims of sex trafficking have been identified, the Chief of Police confirmed.

Riverside County’s Trafficking in Persons Task Force is asking anyone with additional information to contact RCAHT Task Force Investigator Aron Wolfe at (760) 836-1600 or anonymously at (760) ) 341-STOP (7867) and issue reference #R213130008.

“Prostitution is not a “victimless” crime. Victims of commercial sexual exploitation often have a long history of emotional, physical and/or sexual trauma or trauma. reported likely victims of sex trafficking.Sex trafficking victims often not only suffer severe forms of sexual, physical and emotional abuse at the hands of their traffickers, but also often are regularly physically and sexually assaulted by their solicitors for sex.

Riverside County’s Anti-Trafficking Task Force seeks to disrupt and disrupt sex trafficking rings operating in Riverside County and will aggressively identify, pursue, and arrest those who seek to exploit people most vulnerable. Through proactive enforcement activities, RCAHT works to reduce the need for future sex trafficking by identifying and apprehending sex buyers.

Report trafficking activity or tips to the National Anti-Trafficking Resource Center Hotline at (888) 373-7888″

– Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Two women accused of running a brothel in Desert Hot Springs


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