FBI, Police Conduct 3 Raids in Human Trafficking Probe

NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth | 9/12/2018 | Staff
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Police and federal agents raided homes in Dallas, Fort Worth and Lancaster on Tuesday as part of a major human trafficking investigation, authorities said.

One man and two women were accused of operating a prostitution operation.

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Police said they encountered 11 women when they raided a home in Fort Worth and four others in Dallas. They will be treated as victims and offered counseling, police said.

The investigation started with an anonymous tip, police said.

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People in North Fort Worth's Woodland Springs neighborhood were startled early Tuesday morning when a police SWAT team descended on a house in the 12400 block of Yellow Wood Drive.

"We were awakened to a very large boom and an order to come out with your hands up," said one neighbor who asked not to be identified.

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Another neighbor snapped a photo of five young women sitting on the curb, their hands cuffed behind them.

Neighbors said they have talked among themselves about what was happening with the young women living in the...
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