Raleigh, North Carolina —Police went to Dunn on Monday to arrest a second man on adult and child human-trafficking. The charges were taken related to 2017 case that involved a 17-year –old girl.
23-years-old Hurmond Najee Strickland was picked up from his workplace, McDonald’s restaurant on West Cumberland Street, police said.
Police obtained arrest warrants in early June. Strickland was charged with human trafficking with an adult victim, human trafficking with a child victim, sexual slavery with a child victim.
The accused was promoting prostitution to benefit from it, prostitution of a minor.
Police believed he was staying at Best Western hotel in Cary. Although when he was being held in the jail, he gave an address in Lillington.
Another person named Nkosi Henderson turned himself in on charges for human trafficking with a minor, human trafficking with an adult. Anderson was promoting prostitution in the sake of getting profit from it.
The arrest warrants for him were issued the same day with Hurmond Najee Stickland.
Anyone under 18 years old considers minor in human trafficking cases according to the State Law. Since last summer police received several cases of ongoing prostitution. After he was taken into custody, the police started to investigate.
Police spokeswoman Laura Hourigan said two women and the girl were not related. Stickland was held with $1 million bonds.
He will have a court hearing, according to Wake County Sheriff’s records. Henderson is in custody with $800.000 bond.