Three arrested on human trafficking charges in NC


Dakim Gregory, Vanessa Robinson, Tiffany Lindsay (Courtesy: Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office)

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Three people are under arrest in Fayetteville on human trafficking charges.

Police told WTVD-TV that it all started Monday night at the Days Inn on Skibo Road.

Officers were called to motel because of a possible abduction.

A woman told them she was being held captive by physical violence and verbal threats. She also said the suspects were holding her for sexual servitude.

Dakim Gregory has been charged with two counts of human trafficking and two counts of sexual servitude. He remains at the Cumberland County Detention Center under a $500,000 secured bond.

Vanessa Robinson and Tiffany Lindsay have both been charged with: first-degree kidnapping, human trafficking, sexual servitude, and drug charges. Both remain behind bars on secured bonds.

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