11 arrested in prostitution investigation
BATON ROUGE - Authorities announced 11 arrests Wednesday as part of a human trafficking and prostitution investigation.
The multi-agency operation on Oct. 9 led to three people being booked into jail and eight others receiving summons to appear in court, according to the East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office.
All those listed below were charged with prostitution. Roberts was also charged with being a fugitive from Probation and Parole officers.
- Navonah S. Matthews, 29
- Keyara S. Vance, 21
- Carolyn A. Mourning, 21
- Latterica N. Roberts, 20
- Ivor M. Grillier, 26
- Ciera Jones, 27
- Ronnie Arnold, 25
- J'ven Johnson, 23
- Blake Falcon, 33
- Alessie Landry, 30
- Kristy Theriot, 47
State Police, EBRSO, Probation and Parole, Homeland Security, the FBI, La. Attorney General's Office and the Delta Drug Task Force were all involved in the investigation and operation.
State Police also asked members of the public to report suspected sex crimes or human trafficking by visiting their website and clicking on the Suspicious Activities link.
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