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Charges of Unlawfully Abducting a Person for Sex or Prostitution Dismissed, Charges of Child Enticement to be Dismissed
Boston Municipal Court: On August 16, 2012 members of the Boston Police Department set up an investigation into Human Trafficking in Suffolk County. An online operation was created using a young looking Asian female advertising on backpage.com for sexual services. The woman claimed to be fifteen years old and quickly received over fifty solicitations for sex. One of the replies came from a master's candidate in a local well regarded university engineering program. The man arranged to meet with the girl and identified to her what clothing he would be wearing. A fee was negotiated as well through over sixty emails. Surveillance officers watched as the man approached a location designated for the meeting. Once the man was recognized he was stopped and detained. Officers called his cell phone confirming their identification of the man. Charges of Unlawfully Abducting a Person for Sex or Prostitution and Child Enticement were filed. Today, Attorney Neyman was able to get the first charge dismissed outright. The remaining charge was continued without a finding. Successful completion of the probation will result in a dismissal of the case.