Man arrested for allegedly trafficking teen
BATON ROUGE - Baton Rouge Police officers arrested 26-year-old Henry Tillman on charges that include human trafficking and drug possession. According to the arrest report released Monday, officers say he admitted to "pimping" the teen for sexual favors four times over three days.
Detectives say, Tillman was with a missing 17-year-old girl, at an address in Baton Rouge when officers found her.
Tillman was also arrested for having a stolen handgun, crystal meth and MDMA pills.
Tillman remains in the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and has not been assigned a bond as of the time of this posting.
Police say, Tillman convinced the teen to runaway so she could prostitute.
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