Winnipeg resident detained by police for kidnapping a woman and forcing her to work in an escort

Winnipeg resident detained by police for kidnapping a woman and forcing her to work in an escort

Winnipeg police detained a local resident who abducted a woman, beat her and forced her to trade her body.

The victim of this monster was a woman from southern Ontario. She was kidnapped about four months ago. Since then, she has been subjected to extremely cruel treatment. The woman was regularly beaten, exposed to electric shock, closed in a freezer and forced to engage in prostitution.

She managed to turn to the police only on August 6. She came up with a clever plan and visited the police station in the guise of meeting with the client to provide intimate services. After the victim reported all the details to the police officers, they immediately began an investigation of this case.

The woman was immediately taken to the hospital for a full medical examination and assistance. Constable Rob Carver said that she had already been discharged from the hospital and gradually recovered from the injuries. According to him, now she is in complete safety. Also, the constable reported that during 25 years of his work in the police, he rarely encountered such terrible and shocking cases.

After a month of hard work, the police managed to figure out the attacker. They were a 29-year-old Winnipeg resident Andres Michael Pavao. He was detained on weekend on Maryland Street and now he is in custody. Soon he will face trial on 12 charges, including human trafficking, assault, forced confinement and coercion to provide sexual services.

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