Woman indicted on charges of trafficking a minor from Saugus group … – Wicked Local

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Woman indicted on charges of trafficking a minor from Saugus group … – Wicked Local

The Office of Attorney General Maura Healey submitted the following press release

A Lynn woman has been indicted in connection with trafficking a minor for sexual servitude in Boston and Worcester from a Saugus group home at which she worked and where the victim lived, Attorney General Maura Healey announced.

Ashley Goodrich, 27, of Lynn, was indicted Thursday by a statewide grand jury on charges of trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude (four counts), deriving support from prostitution of a minor (one count), and contributing to the delinquency of a minor (four counts) in connection with trafficking a minor for commercial sexual exploitation.

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The New York Times Ignores Fathers’ Voices

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