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Three Charged In Calgary Human Trafficking, Prostitution Case

06/10/2013 03:46 EDT | Updated 08/10/2013 05:12 EDT
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CALGARY - Calgary police have charged three men with prostitution and human trafficking.

Police arrested the men as part of an ongoing investigation into the alleged trafficking of a 17-year-old girl and a 19-year-old woman.

Police allege that both were being prostituted via an online advertising site.

Darlande Levreau, who is 26, and Frederick Maignan, who is 24, are facing several charges, including trafficking a minor, receiving material benefit from trafficking in persons, living off the avails of a prostitute under 18 and unlawfully keeping a bawdy house.

Twenty-three-year-old Andy Affriany-Fafard, is charged with unlawfully keeping a bawdy house.

Levreau and Maignan will remain in custody until their court dates on June 11 and 12, while Affriany-Fafard has been released on bail and is next due in court on June 28.