Doty in United States District Court in Minneapolis. Defendant Information: DONTRE D’SEAN MCHENRY, a/k/a “Dontre Sean Mc Henry,” a/k/a “Avon,” a/k/a “Rico,” 26 St.
“Human traffickers don’t care whom they victimize, as long as they can profit from it,” said acting Special Agent in Charge William Lowder, of HSI St. “HSI is dedicated to working with its law enforcement partners in all jurisdictions to identify, pursue, arrest and prosecute the predators involved in human trafficking.” Assistant U. Attorney Laura Provinzino, who is in charge of human trafficking prosecutions, said: “Today, Dontre Mc Henry was held accountable for recruiting and trafficking the most vulnerable girls in our state—runaways, recent immigrants, and girls in foster care.
His job title there wasn’t known, but a spokesman said at the time he was not a physician.
The spokesman did not immediately return a call Thursday.
Luger today announced the sentence of DONTRE D’SEAN MCHENRY, a/k/a “Dontre Sean Mc Henry,” a/k/a “Avon,” a/k/a “Rico,” 26, to 293 months in prison for recruiting and sex trafficking teenage girls throughout Minnesota.
MCHENRY pleaded guilty on October 17, 2014, and was sentenced today before Judge David S.
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As our recent anti-trafficking efforts show, protecting our children from violent and manipulative predators is a central mission for the U. Attorney’s Office and our law enforcement partners.
We will continue to be aggressive in the prosecution of these cases to protect our children from manipulation and violence at the hands of these predators that causes them to be sold for sex.” According to the defendant’s guilty plea and documents filed in court, from at least January 2013 until March 2014, MCHENRY recruited at least three girls under the age of 18 and prostituted them for his own financial benefit.
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