Three Local Suspects Hit With Human Trafficking Charges

Trafficking Arrests
Mark Dailey, Nikki Jordan and Anna Hudson | Image by Collin County Sheriff's Office

Authorities have arrested three individuals who police connected to a human trafficking operation that purportedly led to the death of an 18-year-old girl, according to a report by Fox 4 KDFW:

“Three people have been arrested in connection to the human trafficking and death of an 18-year-old.

“Julia Wells died on May 2, 2018. State troopers told the Wells family that Julia’s body had been found on Dallas North Tollway.

“Mark Dailey, 51, of Plano, Nikki Jordan, 48, of Fort Worth and Anna Hudson, 42, of Mabank were arrested earlier this month in connection to human trafficking charges.

“Dailey was charged with trafficking resulting in death, trafficking and compelling prostitution.

“Jordan faces trafficking and compelling prostitution charges.

“Hudson was charged with trafficking.

“The indictments say all three individuals were all involved in the trafficking of young women, including Wells and at least one other woman.

“Under Texas law, compelling prostitution is caused when a person is told to commit prostitution by force, threats or fraud.

“Trafficking resulting in death is a first-degree felony that carries the potential of life in prison if convicted, and trafficking and compelling prostitution carry a potential maximum sentence of 20 years in prison if convicted.”

To read the entire article by Fox 4 KDFW, please click HERE.

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