Originally published by The Associated Press on The Denver Post on October 8, 2013—
“Howard County police have charged three people with human trafficking in two unrelated cases.
In the first case, police were called to a fire station on Oct. 3 by a woman who said she had been beaten by her pimp. She said she was forced to have sex with men.
Officers arrested 32-year-old Craig Anderson, of no fixed address, and charged him with human trafficking, prostitution and assault.
In the second case, a woman called police from a gas station on Oct. 4 and reported she had been kidnapped by two people in Rhode Island.
The woman said the couple drove to Connecticut and forced her to have sex with customers.
Twenty-nine-year-old Gary Maddox and 27-year-old Amina Philip, both of Providence, R.I., were charged with human trafficking and other offenses.”