Two accused of child sex trafficking at Oak Cliff home

via Dallas Police Department
via Dallas Police Department

The Dallas Police Department charged two 19-year-old men last week with human trafficking following an arrest at a home in the 400 block of North Patton.

The men, Rafael Antonio Rodas and Mike Osorio are accused of using Facebook to lure a 15-year-old girl into prostitution, forcing her to have sex with as many as six men per day.

The girl told police she had been held at the home Dec. 5-19, until she escaped with others. When police entered the Oak Cliff home, they found evidence “supporting the victim’s statement of the sexual assault and the human trafficking.”

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Rodas was charged with trafficking in persons/child, compelling prostitution/child and engaging in organized criminal activity. He is in jail in lieu of bonds totaling $105,000. Osorio was charged with sexual assault of a child, trafficking in persons/child, compelling prostitution/child and engaging in organized criminal activity. His bonds total $600,000.

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