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Mississauga man faces new charges after 2nd woman allegedly pimped in hotels

November 30, 2014
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LONDON, Ont. – A Mississauga, Ont., man is facing a new round of charges alleging he trafficked and pimped a second woman at hotels across the province.

London police charged Anthony Greenham, 28, with human trafficking and similar counts on Tuesday — just over a week after he was hit with the same offences in a case involving an 18-year-old allegedly recruited this summer.

London police spokesman Const. Ken Steeves says while police were aware in October 2013 the new alleged victim and Greenham were connected, “there were no grounds to conduct a criminal investigation” at that time.

Steeves says police were in touch with the woman as part of the force’s ongoing “relationship-building” effort to offer support to prostitutes to leave the sex trade.

He says the woman did not quit the trade until April, and that police had no grounds to open an investigation until they spoke with her again following Greenham’s charges last week.

It’s alleged the woman was trafficked in hotels and motels in Windsor, Sarnia, Chatham, Guelph, Burlington, Mississauga, Brampton and London.

Article source: http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/mississauga-man-faces-new-charges-after-2nd-woman-allegedly-pimped-in-hotels-1.2120843

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