Halton Police Arrest Mississauga Man For Human Trafficking
The Halton Police’s Human Trafficking Unit has arrested a Mississauga man for allegedly exploiting an adult woman for sexual purposes.
On May 15, 27-year-old Muhammad Sultan Aulakh was arrested and charged with:
- Exercise control
- Receiving material benefit from sexual services
- Trafficking in persons
- Receiving material benefit resulting from trafficking in persons
- Advertising sexual services
The investigation began after police received information brought forward by the woman in this incident.
The accused is currently being held in custody while awaiting a bail hearing.
Anyone with additional relevant information is asked to contact Detective Dan Ciardullo at 905-825-4747 ext. 5331 of the Halton Police or Crime Stoppers.
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