The same men who raped and sold Jenny for sex when she was 14 years old returned a few years later. They sat in a car outside her home waiting to kidnap her again. This time, Jenny’s younger sister was also at risk.
When Jenny’s mom reported to police that men were sitting in a car outside their home the police advised that the men were allowed to park their car there. As is typical in sex trafficking cases, Jenny was too scared to tell the police what these men had done to her. She and her family had been threatened they’d be killed if they told anyone. Consequently, law enforcement did not have the full story.
Special Operations sent in an SUV and had the family relocated to a nice hotel in a different city, which gave the family time to plan their next steps. Jenny returned to a safe home that provides counseling and education. Her mother and younger sister were able to move to a different neighborhood.