Plea Deal in Human Trafficking Case

The Kenosha woman arrested as part of a nationwide human trafficking sting is expected to take a plea deal. In court Thursday, 55-year-old Paula Whittaker and her attorney indicated they have reached an agreement where she would plead guilty to keeping a place of prostitution. According to court records, the suspect knew her teen daughter and her friends were using her apartment for their prostitution business, but she was not involved. She is next due in court November 15. If she is found guilty, Whittaker could face significant prison.



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