Four In Family Among Six Held In Alien Sex Ring

Washington Times

Six Montgomery County residents have been arrested in connection with transporting illegal aliens into the county to work in a prostitution ring, officials with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Maryland said yesterday.

A federal grand jury indicted the group — which includes a mother and her three children — on charges that they brought prostitutes into Maryland to work during the week and arranged for them to travel back to their homes in New York and New Jersey on weekends.

Most of the prostitutes were illegal aliens and have not been charged in connection with the ring, officials said.

Named in the indictment are Elsy Aparicio, 43, Eliazor Gonzalez Aparicio, 29, Dorinalda Aparicio, 34, and their mother, Olinda Aparicio, 64, all of Gaithersburg; and Jair Francis, 32, of Wheaton, and Manuel Jandres, 38, of Germantown.

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