SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – Police say a “known pimp” suspected in a sex trafficking operation killed himself as officers conducted a search of his Southfield condominium.

A Michigan State Police task force investigating sex trafficking was made aware of the alleged situation involving Mark Luke White when a woman filed a police report in Southfield saying she was held against her will and forced to perform sexual acts.

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Photo provided by Michigan State Police

Photo provided by Michigan State Police

When police went to the condo on Town Center — they heard a gun shot and found that White had fatally shot himself.

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No shots were fired by any task force members and there were no other injuries, according to police.

Authorities said White was convicted in 2006 for a crime related to sex trafficking by the U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District. He served a 37 month sentence in that case.

A state police investigation is ongoing.

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