Man charged after teens allegedly taken to hotel for prostitution
London police have laid charges after two 16-year-old were allegedly taken to hotels and motels for the purpose of prostitution.
Investigators say the two London females were approached by a man with an offer to work in the sex trade.
They are believed to have been transported in a white van with the company name 'Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning' for prostitution and sometimes to be provided with drugs.
Following an investigation, 40-year-old Sean Leadston of London, was arrested and charged.
At the time of his arrest, police say he was in possession of a T-11 Cobra Taser, a hunting-style knife and 600 mg of methamphetamine.
Leadston has been charged with:
- procuring a person under 18 years to provide sexual services for consideration
- possession of a prohibited weapon
- possession of a prohibited weapon in a motor vehicle
- possession of a Schedule I substance for the purpose of trafficking
The investigation in this case continues and police are asking anyone with information on human trafficking or related crimes to contact Const. Jim Pottruff at 519-200-9623 or Crime Stoppers.