Detroit Police say a transgender woman was killed during an early morning shooting on Tuesday.
Police in Detroit are investigating a fatal shooting in an area that local residents say is known for prostitution.
After a four-day jury trial conducted in Wayne County Circuit Court, 33-year-old Sedrick Leman-Isaac Mitchell of Detroit was convicted of eight criminal charges in connection with forcing two young girls to engage in prostitution.
A 15-year-old girl in Muskegon County has been charged with kidnapping a woman to force her to work as a prostitute to settle a drug debt.
Four Kentucky residents allegedly recruited Spanish-speaking women from Michigan, North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Maryland to become prostitutes.
Five people are facing charges stemming from an elaborate prostitution ring in Detroit and Southfield.
One of the alleged victims, now 15-years-old, testified Thursday afternoon during a preliminary exam for a Detroit man nicknamed “Gruesome,” the first person to face charges under Michigan’s human trafficking law.
Thanks to a new state law amping up human trafficking enforcement, there has been an arrest of a Detroit man nicknamed “Gruesome.”
Two women were arrested this week on charges they provided more than just massages at a business ran from one woman’s home.
A federal judge in Detroit has told the government to release a computer disc containing 30,000 names allegedly linked to an international prostitution ring.