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CrimeJail inmate charged with running prostitution ring from cell

20:11  17 may  2019
20:11  17 may  2019 Source:

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Jail inmate charged with running prostitution ring from cell© Ramsey County Sheriff's Office Daniel Ellington was jailed in Kanabec County when prosecutors say he was actively prostituting a woman in Woodbury.

An inmate at the Kanabec County Jail is charged with running a prostitution ring from his cell.

Thirty-eight-year-old Daniel Ellington is charged in Washington County District Court with two counts of sex trafficking and two counts of promotion of prostitution. The charges came out of an investigation conducted by the East Metro Sex Trafficking Task Force (EMSTTF ).

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An inmate who was arrested in July as part of an alleged prostitution ring is now being accused of keeping the business running from behind bars.

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Prosecutors say Ellington communicated with a prostitute by text and "promoted and profited" from her activities in Woodbury last month.

EMSTTF Director Imran Ali says Ellington was 100 miles away and incarcerated, yet was promoting prostitution and profiting from it. The task force began investigating after a Woodbury detective found an online ad entitled "Blonde Bombshell."

Washington County Attorney Pete Orput says members of the EMSTTF initiated an undercover investigation into a commercial sex operation that was occurring at a hotel in Woodbury. After the victim of trafficking was safe in police custody, detectives began to examine cell phone data and discovered that that Ellington, while incarcerated in the Kanabec County Jail on unrelated charges, advised, organized, promoted and profited from the prostitution of the Woodbury victim. Investigators also discovered several other instances of sex trafficking that Ellington was allegedly involved in. Charges in those cases are pending.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports Kanabec County Sheriff Brian Smith says Ellington used a jail-issued iPod to text and paid a certain price for each message.

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