Two Baltimore men have been arrested and charged with human trafficking of three teenagers in Laurel, Md., police say.
Sean Dean, 25, and Gerald D. Marshall, 28, were arrested and charged Tuesday, according to Laurel police.
They were allegedly involved in an incident that happened Jan. 11 at a hotel in Laurel. Police went to the property after getting a complaint about drugs. When they arrived, they found three teenagers they believed were being trafficked for prostitution, according to a police statement. The teenagers were 15, 16 and 17 years old. The county’s child protective service agency took custody of the girls, police said.
After an investigation, police identified the two men involved and obtained warrants. Dean and Marshall face human trafficking and other charges.
They are being held without bond.