Saugus youth worker indicted for prostituting a minor after 25 Investigates report – Boston 25 News

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Saugus youth worker indicted for prostituting a minor after 25 Investigates report – Boston 25 News

Saugus youth worker indicted for prostituting a minor after 25 Investigates report

BOSTON – A woman accused of selling foster kids for sex on the weekends has been indicted on charges after a Boston 25 News investigation in May. 

Ashley Goodrich, 27, was indicted Thursday on charges of trafficking a minor for sexual servitude and related prostitution of a minor charges. 

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Goodrich has been accused of using runaway foster kids as prostitutes and advertising sexual servitude online while working for Eliot Community Human Services in Saugus. 

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