Eight suspects have been remanded in custody in connection with the trafficking of a 15-year-old girl who went missing from Texas. A Dallas Mavericks The game
The girl went to the bathroom at the American Airlines Center and never returned, the attorney’s press release said. JK Fortenberry Fortenberry Farm on behalf of the family, PLLC. When he did not return to his seat, the father immediately alerted Arena and Dallas police to safety.
The teenager had been missing for ten days before settling in America for an extended stay in Oklahoma City. Melissa Wheeler, Sania Alexander, Horse Gibson, Kenneth Nelson, Sarah Hayes, Karen Gonzalez, Thalia GibsonAnd Steven Hill Everyone involved in the case has been taken into custody.
Fox News Reports that Gibson is being accused of offering to engage in prostitution. Nelson, Hayes and Gonzalez have been charged with human trafficking and distributing child pornography, and Hill is facing charges of rape. Gibson and Alexander have outstanding criminal warrants, while Wheeler has outstanding robbery warrants.
“We are grateful for the work of the Oklahoma City Police Department and for the recovery of our daughter,” the girl’s mother said in a statement earlier this month. “My heart breaks for the unimaginable things I had to endure for 11 days taking my daughter away, and I’m so glad she’s safe because we’re working towards her recovery.”
The family is happy but the girl is safe at home; They are seeking answers from the Dallas Police Department, which has failed to open a lawsuit. Instead, they point to a family code that treats missing teenagers as fugitives “unless there are situations that appear to be unintentional, such as abduction or kidnapping.”
“My daughter was missing in Dallas. It’s a case in Dallas, but they refuse to open a case for her,” said the teen’s father.
They are also questioning how a registered sex offender with a fake name and ID was able to rent multiple rooms in Extended Stay America. In addition, a ticket reseller known to Mavericks and American Airlines Center may have sold a fake ticket to a male suspect who lured the girl out of the game.
“The systems and agencies involved in this case have consistently failed the victim. She should never have been in contact with the man in the Mavericks game. Dallas police should have investigated the lead and found the teenager before she was trafficked to Oklahoma, “Fortenberry told the outlet.
“The Extended Stay America Hotel in Oklahoma City puts the profits ahead by keeping a blind eye to the sexual abuse that is happening right in front of their eyes,” he continued. “The lives of these victims will change forever. We hope to hold those responsible accountable and to bring about change in these organizations so that it does not happen to any other child. “