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Two Arkansas men rape a six-year-old girl and doctors discover she had STIs

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Federal prosecutors said in a statement that Demarcus George, 27, and Mario Waters, 33, filed the lawsuit before a federal judge

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS: Two Little Rock men recently pleaded guilty to sex trafficking conspiracy with a 6 year old girl. Federal prosecutors said in a statement that Demarcus George, 27, and Mario Waters, 33, filed their pleadings before a federal judge, and the plea nullifies George and Waters’ trial. The trial was scheduled to begin on November 15th.

A six-year-old girl was admitted to the Arkansas Children’s Hospital in February 2018 with symptoms later than caused by multiple sexually transmitted diseases, federal prosecutors said. The girl later revealed that the two men allegedly raped her in a hotel room. Police have reportedly found a hotel that matched the child’s description. According to the hotel’s financial records, the victim’s mother rented a room in March 2018 and paid for it with a credit card. The girl was then removed from her mother’s custody.

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Police officers later obtained search warrants for blood and urine from George and Waters, which showed they both tested positive for the sexually transmitted diseases the girl contracted. The conspiracy to traffick minors can be punished with any imprisonment up to life imprisonment, but at least five years of supervised release.

In another incident, three people from east Louisiana were recently detained for approximately four years for human trafficking and rape in connection with the alleged sex trafficking and abuse of an 11-year-old girl. Law enforcement agencies have clarified the names of the three residents. They are Everett West, 41, Dina Guidry, 56, and Bobby Tisdale, 38. Two of them were parents or guardians of the girl.

All three were arrested and taken into police custody Monday, November 8th, after Vernon Township authorities conducted a lengthy investigation into sexual abuse allegations. Sheriff Sam Craft, who is overseeing the investigation, said the victim had previously spoken to investigators, Department of Family Services staff and a pediatrician. The abuse had occurred several times when the child was just 8 years old and continued until he was 11 years old.

The sheriff added that the victim also said the suspects were involved in “rampant use” of illegal drugs in the home, according to KPLC-TV. Investigators concluded that the suspects had sexual contact with the girl in exchange for money or illegal drugs with several people. According to the sheriff, the victim told detectives that one of the prime suspects, Guidry, was present on several occasions when she was attacked.

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