Mississauga Residents Facing Several Charges for Human Trafficking

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Three Mississauga residents are being charged in an ongoing human trafficking investigation, say Toronto police.

Toronto police allege that a 21-year-old woman was forced to work in the sex trade by two men and a woman. Police say the woman was trafficked by all three suspects in the GTA.

The woman was forced to follow rules imposed on her by the two men and the woman, say police. Further, police allege that the suspects demanded the victim turn over all of her earnings to them.

According to a recent release from Toronto police, “the two men and woman used deception, false promises, intimidation and fear to exercise control over the actions and movements of the 21-year-old woman.”

The release reads the one of the men sexually assaulted the victim on several occasions.

Toronto police say that the three suspects were located and arrested in Peel Region on Thursday May 10, 2018.

The release reads:

Daylo Robinson, 27, of Mississauga, was charged with:

1) Trafficking in Persons by recruiting
2) Trafficking in Persons by exercise control
3) Procuring
4) Procuring/Exercising Control
5) Advertising Another Person's Sexual Services
6) Financial/Material Benefit Trafficking Person Over 18
7) Material Benefit from Sexual Services
8) Forcible Confinement
9) Extortion
10) Theft Under $5000
11) Assault
12) Possession of Weapon
13) two counts of Uttering Threats

Tyler Vickers, 27, of Mississauga, was charged with:

1) Trafficking in Persons by exercise control
2) Financial/Material Benefit Trafficking Person Over 18
3) Forcible Confinement
4) Assault
5) Material Benefit from Sexual Services
6) Procuring/Exercising Control
7) Sexual Assault

Rebecca Horton, 22, of Mississauga, was charged with:

1) Trafficking in Persons by exercise control
2) Financial/Material Benefit Trafficking Person Over 18
3) Forcible Confinement
4) Material Benefit from Sexual Services
5) Procuring/Exercising Control
6) Assault
7) Theft Under $5000

All three appeared in court on Friday May 11, 2018, at 10 a.m.

“Police would like to encourage all affected individuals to come forward and report Human Trafficking occurrences to police,” reads the release.

“We want to make sure that everyone has access to support services and an exit strategy, regardless of their decision to proceed criminally.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7474, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).

Suspect photos courtesy of Toronto police

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