80 women prostitution in Santo Domingo and Bavros and that they were saved under Operation Cattleya had to pay between $3,000 and $4,000. to the network that brought them to the Dominican Republic to sell their sex services.
as disclosed by public ministryamong women 18 and 23 years old, were brought up from Venezuela and Colombia Held by a criminal organization and in Hotel Caribe, in the National District, and in residential Coco Real, in the province of Bavaro, Punta Cana, La Altagracia.
“…They forced them to consume controlled substances, treated them with degrading and inhumane treatment and did not allow them any human-like freedom, which led many of them to escape.” Indicates a press release from the Attorney General’s Office.
network was made of 10 people of Venezuelan nationality, Colombians and Dominicans, the public ministry said. against those involved, the Special Prosecutor’s Office against illegal smuggling of migrants and human trafficking (PETT) will file charges in the next few hours.
The statement said that Operation Cattle Supported by the Special Division for the Investigation of International Crimes (Ddet) and the Department human trafficking of the National Police. Also, in collaboration with the United States Office of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). In addition, the NGOs Operation Underground Railroad (Hama), Destiny Rescue and Anti-Trafficking Bureau (ATB).
Johanna Bezran AlvarezThe head of PETT told that action will be taken against him. human trafficking They respond to actions promoted by Attorney General Miriam German Brito against International Crimes.
Bejran lvarez indicated that 25 prosecutors, more than 200 agents of the National Police and more than 50 investigative technicians and specialists in victim assistance take part in the operation. During the operation, teams confiscated controlled substances such as marijuana and synthetic drugs.