N.J. Man Accused Of Prostituting Minn. Teen

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A New Jersey man has been indicted for allegedly taking a teenage girl across the country for purposes of prostitution.

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 32-year-old Floyd Henry, of Newark, took the girl to Chicago and Denver between August 2009 and April the following year.

He also allegedly also coerced an adult woman to travel with him as a prostitute, as well.

The FBI was involved in the investigation of Floyd’s activities.

He faces a potential sentence of 20 years in prison on each of the two counts of inducing travel to engage in criminal sexual activity, if convicted.

The U.S. Justice Department pointed out that the Twin Cities metro area is among the 15 largest zones for human trafficking in the country.

  • MNBrant

    Finally after 100’s of years someone took an interest in our runaway problem. Yeah fear of pedophelia. It finally accomplished something.

  • smoke

    how old is “teenaged” 18, 19? Normally if younger would of given an age. Higher rating for the story, Didn’t see any charges for being a minor. so much for being a pedopheilia.

  • Devra

    This is predatory criminal sexual conduct and Interstate Sexual Trafficking. Pedophiles are attracted to children under the age of 10. A teenager is between the ages of 13-17. In order to take this girl out of state there would need to be elements of coercion: physical and, substance induced. Note the person was also arrested with another adult female.

  • people

    wow, so more likely he will get 20 years for this, and someone that killed another gets one year in jail..this is lame…girl, hit and run will only serve 1 year…lol…lame…

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