Meanwhile, the trial of a suspect in another sex-trafficking case that started with an arrest in North Charleston has been delayed after he fired his lawyer, and a woman accused of being his partner has been released from jail in a plea agreement.

The Post and Courier took an in-depth look at sex trafficking in South Carolina last September in the series “The Nightmare of Sex Trafficking.”Following is an update on three cases with local connections: Damon Jackson, 22 at the time of his arrest nearly two years ago, displays a neck tattoo that says “Money Motivated” in his mugshot at the Charleston County jail. A previous indictment filed in January listed eight defendants. Jackson, also known as “Daddy Frost,” was arrested Aug.

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PSA principal Tim Gott said Mea has been placed on administrative leave until the investigation is completed.

Mea will not be around any students or children, Gott said. Gott confirmed he was returning from a band directors conference in Chicago when he was arrested.

At a bond hearing Sunday morning, the 27-year-old was issued a total bond of $125,000 for two charges of sexual exploitation of a minor and a charge of second degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor.

The sex-trafficking ring that was uncovered after an arrest at a North Charleston motel nearly two years ago was bigger than investigators initially reported, according to the U. In yet another sex-trafficking case involving a Summerville man who was arrested in New Jersey, sentencing is set for this week. District Court in Charleston lists the Columbia resident as the leader of a ring that included at least 10 men who kept a stable of a dozen women, including four minors. Assistant Attorney Matt Austin, who is prosecuting the case, said they are from Columbia and Orangeburg.

Investigators tell News 3 Carl Blackman was behind the sex trafficking of at least one 18-year-old girl.

Michael knight lives next to the house that was raided."I see people in and out here sometimes I had no idea something like this was going on in my block," he said.

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Julie Hernandez witnessed the take down on Thursday."Three or four trucks of the SWAT team and it was kind of scary because we wanted to see the action," she said.

The garage door opening shows a mattress that sources say may have been used for illegal activities.

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