Two Sentenced to Federal Prison for Roles in Child Sex Trafficking Case in Fort Worth

Two people have been sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a child sex trafficking conspiracy involving a 16-year-old runaway in Fort Worth, the U.S. Attorney's office of the Northern District of Texas announced today.Diwone "Pooh" Noble and Katelyn Michelle "KD" Ward are the last of nine defendants to be sentenced in the conspiracy, in which the group arranged for commercial sex acts involving several minor and adult females.Noble, 32, received a 30-year sentence for one count of child sex trafficking, while Ward, 24, was sentenced to six years for using a facility of interstate commerce in connection with a racketeering enterprise.  Continue reading...

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