Five people charged in a prostitution ring appeared for a preliminary hearing in Fayette District Court before Judge Kim Wilkie. At least one of the women working as prostitutes might have been a victim of human trafficking.  From left: Roberto Salinas-Rivera, Danella Santos-Evangelista, Mario Antonio Flores (standing), Roxana Olea Serna, and Adrian Lezama-Ruiz.
Five people charged in a prostitution ring appeared for a preliminary hearing in Fayette District Court before Judge Kim Wilkie. At least one of the women working as prostitutes might have been a victim of human trafficking. From left: Roberto Salinas-Rivera, Danella Santos-Evangelista, Mario Antonio Flores (standing), Roxana Olea Serna, and Adrian Lezama-Ruiz.
Five people charged in a prostitution ring appeared for a preliminary hearing in Fayette District Court before Judge Kim Wilkie. At least one of the women working as prostitutes might have been a victim of human trafficking. From left: Roberto Salinas-Rivera, Danella Santos-Evangelista, Mario Antonio Flores (standing), Roxana Olea Serna, and Adrian Lezama-Ruiz.

Ring brought prostitutes from several states to Lexington, FBI agent testifies

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