Two Georgina residents are among seven people charged following an investigation into an alleged commercial sex trade organization.
The joint initiative – spearheaded by the OPP, the Canadian Border Services Agency, Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada and 12 Ontario police services – resulted in more than 30 charges.
Police say that victims were rotated through apartments in Ottawa, Kingston, Belleville, Kitchener, London, Oshawa, Peterborough, Sarnia and Sudbury providing sexual services to clients responding to online advertisements.
“During the search warrants, police restrained four properties and four vehicles,” reads a media release.
“The victims were all provided support through victim services agencies.”
For a full list of those charged, click HERE.