The York District police received a survey and deployment of two women
who had escaped from the trafficking prostitution group’s clutches a year ago
Investigate and deploy
Last week, together with the Quebec Human Trafficking Task Force
32 people were arrested and related to the group involved
and the group’s control was confirmed
At least 45 women have been prostitutes in their home countries
and 12 of them have been identified
The police claimed that the main suspect was arrested in July this year
but still in the prison to control the group’s business operations
the police are confirming the identity of another 33 female victims.
York District Police Inspector Thai Truong pointed out that
Jonathan Nyangwila, the main figure suspected of trafficking
and manipulating women’s prostitution groups
and his three brothers, “Brothers”
together with another 12 Men in the group
who formed the criminal group
looked for women victims in Quebec
and controlled them with drugs and alcohol
then trafficked to different locations
to provide sexual services to clients.
In October last year, two female victims from Quebec
were taken to a hotel in Vaughan to provide sexual services to the guests
and when the other party did not pay attention, they fled the clutches and called for help.
The police then contacted the Quebec Human Trafficking Comprehensive Task Force.
The Provincial Police, the Multi-City and the Peel District Police Force
launched the Project called Project Convalesce.
Speaking of the operation mode of this criminal group
Chen Tai said that the group involved sent the so-called celebrity scouts
to find the target women in the streets of Quebec or in public places
and they were picking up girls
to trick them into selling their bodies to make money.
In addition, the involved group
is engaged in stealing the identity of others
making fake credit cards and personal identification certificates
and then using these fake identities to borrow from financial institutions
It also uses fake credit cards to purchase
purchase high-priced electronic products
and jewellery from merchants and sell them online.