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Saquan Marcell Smith, 23, and Raquel Consuela Knell, 21, both of Salt Lake City, are named in a third indictment accusing them of four counts of sex trafficking of children and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking. Ashley Nicole Poike, 23, of Sandy, Hector Yordano Irizarry Castro, 24, of Salt Lake City, and Thomas Marte-Pena, 27, of Salt Lake City, were named in a nine-count indictment alleging sex trafficking of children, conspiracy to commit sex trafficking, transportation with the intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, and transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity. Although the suspects in each indictment were working separately from the others, they were all arrested as part of the same operation, U. Huber declined to provide many details about the alleged victims, their ages or where they came from, except to say it would be more accurate to say it was a case of sex trafficking of minors and not "children." "You're not talking about very small children," he said.
That case involved one adult victim and two minor victims, according to the U. Likewise, Huber said if it were a case of minors being abducted off the street and then forced into prostitution, the charges would have reflected that.
Chad Michael Hatch, 36, pleaded not guilty in 8th District Court on March 16 to one count aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony; two counts sodomy on a child, a first-degree felony; one count attempted aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first-degree felony and one count dealing in materials harmful to a minor, a third-degree felony.
According to charging documents, the incidents occurred between 20, and involved a minor under the age of 14. Peterson set the next hearing date for April 26 and said the case is getting old and by April he expects council to have negotiations at that time or to have a way to proceed forward.“All protective orders will stay in place,” Peterson informed Hatch at the hearing.
A short time later, the boy said Rosen asked to meet in person, according to a Utah County Jail affidavit.
After Rosen arrived at the home, he touched the teen inappropriately, according to the report.
"Why don't we just be honest with our children and tell them right up front that sex outside of marriage is devastating.
He also disagreed with a slideshow that the State Office of Education developed about contraception because it showed pictures and brands of condoms. Brian King, D-Salt Lake, a father of four daughters, questions whether parents actually teach their children about sex. Four school districts offer abstinence-only curriculum: Canyons, Jordan, Nebo and Provo. "Teachers are required to present a strong abstinence message, but the law allows instruction in areas of contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases," according to the Utah State Office of Education website. Lynn Hemingway, D-Salt Lake, wondered what an abstinence-only curriculum sounds like. Rather than talking about "how to have sex and how to get away with it," teaching could focus on friendship, dating and love.
The policy requires parents to sign "opt in" permission slips allowing their child's participation. "If you're talking about abstinence, what do you talk about? It could address the downside of sex outside marriage such as sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies, he said.
The department asked the sheriff's office to investigate the allegation to avoid a conflict of interest.
The teenager told police he had met Rosen online and began talking to him.