Officials say this operation is the largest ever in their 9-year history.This initiative included 54 FBI field offices and more than 500 law enforcement agencies across 134 cities. - Five people in Virginia Beach who were among 153 accused pimps busted in the FBI's Nationwide human trafficking operation were all denied bond. Blackston, Castro and the Threats were also charged with aiding prostitution.Three juveniles in Hampton Roads, ages 16-17, were rescued and officials say there are actually a dozen pimps arrested across several cities including Chesapeake, Hampton, Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Three of the accused are also facing maintaining a bawdy place charges.I am a Redecision Certified Therapist and a AIT Certified Practitioner.
I offer a nonjudgmental and safe environment in which we build our therapeutic relationship, an important element for healing.""I believe everyone is unique, has an inner potential for healing and therapy is a cooperative process to reveal that potential.On Monday, Virginia Beach Police say they arrested five people at the Virginia Beach Econo Lodge on Northampton Blvd. The five suspects have a criminal history, and three of the suspects are currently on probation. Castro admitted to their participation in the case in court on Wednesday, according to the Commonwealth's Attorney The charges came to light after a 16-year-old victim escaped from the hotel. Drugs, firearms and fake currency were all found on site, but no formal charges have been filed on these offenses as the investigation continues. They have all been charged with sex trafficking with the intent to receive money, receiving money from the earnings of a minor prostitute and racketeering.About 149 underage trafficking victims were rescued across the country. News Channel 3 reporter Nadeen Yanes was in court on Wednesday gathering more details about the case.The youngest victim was 12-years-old, three of them were transgender minors and three were males. She says the five people arrested were accused of pimping at several Virginia Beach hotels, including a location on Newtown Road and the Econo Lodge where they were all arrested. Prosecutors say when the victim refused to perform sex acts, Uzzle assaulted her, kicked her until she bled and threatened to find and hurt her family.