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Police: Teen sex trafficking ring operated in Las Vegas, Other cities

A sex trafficking ring has been busted, and authorities have revealed a slew of disturbing details. Multiple teenage girls have been rescued, and multiple arrests have been made, in a sex ring that detectives say stretched across multiple major cities across the United States.

CBN News reports that three people have been arrested in Los Angeles, and charged with numerous crimes in association with trafficking underage victims for sexual servitude. Quinton Brown, 30, Gerald Lavell Turner, 32, and Mia McNeil, 32, are all accused of exploiting missing teenagers and using them in sexual performances for monetary gain. The trio is also accused of transporting multiple girls over state lines, where they were exploited in cities across the country -- as far as Texas. Las Vegas, Nevada was also a popular destination for these children, who were sexually trafficked.

Detectives say that some of the teenage girls were classified as missing persons, and have been reunited with their loved ones.

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