Bay Area couple accused of running multi-million dollar ‘brothel’ from apartment: report
A Bay Area couple are accused of trafficking overseas women and running a "brothel" in Milpitas, located in a complex where units are reported to be able to rent $ 5,000 a month.
SFGate.com reported that David Davies, 57, and Larong Hu, 38, were arrested Wednesday and charged with crimes related to human trafficking. Six women were rescued, according to the report, and authorities said they had recovered about $ 2 million. The suspects are charged with luring men through websites.
Santa Clara District Attorney Patrick Vanier told NBC Bay Area that these women would have their passports withdrawn and they would be forced to have between 10 and 15 men a day. The arrests were the result of a two-year investigation.
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"They come every half hour," he said. The couple are accused of having used several apartments in the complex.
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