ATLANTIC CITY MAN CHARGED WITH FORCING WOMEN INTO PROSTITUTION

An Atlantic City man has been charged with human trafficking for holding multiple women captive and forcing them into prostitution. Donnie Bethea, 30, was charged with operating a human trafficking enterprise, in which he lured women into various motels in the West Atlantic City section of Egg Harbor Township, where he held them against their will and forced them into prostitution. Human trafficking, a crime of the first-degree, caries a state prison sentence of between 10-20 years and up to $200,000 in fines. Bail was set at $1 million.

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