3 arrested, 2 victims rescued following human trafficking sting in Alpharetta

A recent undercover operation is part of the Alpharetta police crackdown on human trafficking.
Officials arrested three suspects during the two-day stabbing in April. They also rescued two human trafficking victims who were being held against their will.
Hidden cameras in an Alpharetta hotel room have captured undercover officers interacting with two young women, aged 19 and 20.
Police body camera video also captured the three suspects being approached by officers in the parking lot. Investigators spoke to the man and two women.
They told conflicting stories and police arrested all three on felony human trafficking charges for dropping off the two victims.
"We were able to determine that the victims were not there freely and could not walk," said Lt. Andrew Splawn of the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety.
Young Thug's lawyers are filing an emergency bail application, calling his accommodation "inhuman," "excruciating."
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Alpharetta Police also worked with a national non-profit organization called the Guardian Group, which scours online advertising and helps generate human trafficking leads for law enforcement.
"Our focus is on finding the victim and separating them from this life they are involved in and getting them the care they need," said Nathan Prussian, COO of the Guardian Group.
This is the group's first time working in the greater Atlanta area, but they know it is a human trafficking hub in the Southeast and across the country.
"Thousands of people are put up for sale in Atlanta every day," Prussia said.
The three suspects said they were not from the Atlanta area. Javaris Chestang, 27, Deajah Green, 28, and Trinity Lawrence, 22, are all facing human trafficking charges and are being held in the Fulton County Jail.
The two trafficking victims were offered aftercare and services, but since they are not minors, they were released to return home to another part of the state.

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