Third suspect charged in Alamance County human trafficking investigation

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ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — The third suspect in the Alamance County human trafficking investigation has been arrested, meaning all three suspects are in custody.

Julia Anna Farias, 29, was found at the Charlotte County jail in Floriday on Friday, according to police.

Two others were found already in custody on other charges in Florida jails.

Vanessa Jeane Snyder, 33, turned herself into High Point police on Thursday and is being held at the Alamance County Jail on $500,000 bail, according to police.

Allen Harris Jr., 22, was found in custody at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office in Florida on Thursday.

The three face charges of human trafficking, sexual servitude, kidnapping and conspiracy to human traffic, according to police.

There is no word when the two jailed in Florida will be extradited back to Alamance County.

Investigators said the three suspects brought a 19-year-old woman from the Ft. Meyers, Florida area to Graham, N.C.

They allegedly used a local boarding house while forcing the woman to have sex with as many as 10 men a day for a month.