The story on Human Trafficking is a continuing story that WWJ is addressing throughout the week.
Victims of human trafficking range from workers at restaurants and farms to young women forced into prostitution.
With an eye toward re-election, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette starts his fourth year on the job looking to see through initiatives that he says will help crime victims.
A local day spa has been shut down as police investigate allegations of prostitution and possible human trafficking.
The Michigan House has voted to give legal protection to teen prostitutes in an attempt to address human trafficking.
AG Bill Schuette says the state should treat teenage prostitutes as victims, not criminals.
Oakland County Commissioner Janet Jackson says her county is not immune to the problem human trafficking.
A former University of Michigan janitor has been sentenced to 11 years in prison, convicted of forcing children to work as slaves at his Ypsilanti home.
“Human traffickers take advantage of technology to remain anonymous and keep their victims hidden in the shadows,” said Attorney General Bill Schuette.
Michigan’s attorney general says he’s charged a Tennessee man and woman for forcing a young woman to work as a stripper.