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Authorities say the I corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago is becoming more of a target for human trafficking, because it le to a lot of destinations. This comes as some young women in Kenosha are reporting some scary situations. Haley Oscar says she was laying on the beach near the Kenosha lighthouse reading a book when she was confronted by a stranger, who sat down next to her and began asking bizarre questions. Then things got more inappropriate, and he started asking me sexual questions and commented that since I have tattoos, I must like pain.
I just kept telling him that I was studying, and to please leave me alone. At one point I told him I was uncomfortable, but he just continued to sit right next to me. After 40 minutes of this, she texted some of her friends to come help her.
When they called to tell her they were on their way, the man left. She posted a warning on Facebookdetailing what happened to her.
One of the people who reached out to her after seeing the post was a mom from Kenosha whose teenage daughters were recently followed home from a nearby restaurant by two men. The driver got out and knocked on the driver-side window, and asked them to get out of the car because he had a question for him. Then the passenger in the truck got out wearing a mask, and carrying a sledgehammer. Luckily, the girls got away or the men gave up. But police confirm that just hours later, those same men abducted and sexually assaulted a Milwaukee woman, then dropped her off on the side of the road in Mt.
Those men were eventually arrested in Kentucky.
A detective who specializes in sex trade investigations with the Kenosha County Sheriff has also been in touch with Oscar. He is described as a middle-aged Hispanic man. Actions Facebook Tweet. Kenosha woman warns others about sex trafficking after scary encounter Area has become target for human trafficking. By: Katie Crowther. RELATED: 16 arrested in Wisconsin child sex trafficking sting Haley Oscar says she was laying on the beach near the Kenosha lighthouse reading a book when she was confronted by a stranger, who sat down next to her and began asking bizarre questions.
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