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Melinda Milton, 37, will also be required to serve 5 years of supervised release following her sentence handed down in U. District Court. Earlier this year, she pleaded guilty to one count of sex trafficking of a minor and one count of sex trafficking by fraud and coercion. Milton ran a prostitution business for several years by advertising females for escort services online, according to court records. Attorney's Office.
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By Associated Press. Confessed killer: Darren Deon Vann pictured told polcie that he killed Afrikka Hardy, 19, and admitted other killings as well, officers said. Police in Indiana have identified year-old Darren Vann as the man who confessed to killing a woman in a Motel 6 on Friday and who has allegedly murdered at least six other women. The convicted sex offender admitted to murdering Afrikka Hardy, 19, and according to police confessed to a murderous spree that dates back 20 years.
The classified service website Backpage. Police in Indiana said Darren Vann, a registered sex offender suspected of multiple murders, met his latest alleged victim through Backpage. Vann, 43, was charged on Monday with murdering Afrikka Hardy, 19, who was found strangled at a motel in Hammond, near Chicago. The former marine has confessed to killing seven women and has hinted at more victims over a year span, police said. The investigation renewed controversy over Backpage as the state supreme court in Washington prepared to hear arguments on Tuesday in a case filed by three sex trafficking victims who say the website helps promote child exploitation. Lawyers for the three girls said they were sold as prostitutes in advertisements on the adult services section of the site. Backpage described the lawsuits as an attempt at censorship and cited the Communications Decency Act, saying it provides immunity from the activities of its members or users.