Posted on October 3, 2020 by iwano@_84
Three men have been arrested in connection with trafficking women for sex at two brothels in Framingham homes that served as fronts for human trafficking, state Attorney General Maura Healey said Friday.
Federal immigration officials are also investigating the case, the Herald was told.
Alejandra Arguello-Uribe, 38, and Karime Gallon Moreno, 19, both of Framingham, were arrested there on Wednesday by State Police assigned to the Attorney General’s Office.
Arguello-Uribe and Moreno were charged with one count each of trafficking of persons for sexual servitude, keeping a house of ill fame and maintaining a house of prostitution, in connection with a brothel that they allegedly helped operate out of a Melrose Street