A North Carolina toddler rescued in Texas human-trafficking bust after her mom handed child ‘off to a pimp.’
The North Carolina girl who had been missing since early July was found alive in Texas on Friday in the hands of alleged human traffickers, according to police.
More people are enslaved now than at any time in history and yet Democrats oppose cracking down on human trafficking. There should not be any mercy for people who traffic children.
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— Fayetteville Police (@FayettevillePD) August 2, 2019
A four-year-old North Carolina girl who had gone missing was rescued in Texas on Friday after authorities found her with suspected human traffickers, police said.
Aubriana Recinos and her mother, Carmen Lowe, 23, had been reported missing since July 8, according to a Thursday tweet from the Fayetteville Police Department.
The Fayetteville Police Department issued an endangered child warning upon finding out that Lowe took her daughter out of the state because it violated a court-ordered child custody agreement.
But authorities found Aubriana Friday after raiding a home in Lewisville, Texas, that was under FBI investigation for human trafficking, WNCN reported.
“The child was pretty much given to a pimp, an associate of a pimp or family of the pimp for keeping,” said Maj. Robert Ramirez with Fayetteville police, adding that the girl’s mother was not home and arrested in Louisiana the day before.
Lowe was arrested on Thursday in New Orleans after being served a warrant for violating a custody order. The FBI tracked her credit card records and cell phone to find her location. More
Thank God this little girl was rescued from this torture and misery that resulted from having a monster for a mother.
This woman might have physically given birth to this child but she is not a real mother to her. Frankly, I believe she should never walk free again.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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