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Crime New York man allegedly tried to kidnap sex workers for trafficking

01:05  17 november  2019
01:05  17 november  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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A New York man who federal authorities say has a “propensity to commit violence against female sex workers” was arrested Friday.

a man wearing a uniform: Andrew Frey.© via Facebook Andrew Frey.

Andrew Frey, 54, of Coram on Long Island, about 60 miles east of New York City, was taken into federal custody early Friday morning and is being held without bail. Neighbors told NBC New York they saw a SWAT team at Frey's home.

Evidence seized from his home included rope, zip ties and manuals on knot tying, prosecutors said.

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Instead, prosecutors said, he tried to kidnap her, forcing her into his car violently and driving off to a secluded location. A picture of Andrew Frey posted on his Facebook page. The Coram, New York , man was arrested Friday. Another sex worker obtained a restraining order against Mr. Frey after

He allegedly tried to kidnap at least two women who escaped by jumping out of his moving vehicle; zip-ties and ropes were found at his home. Prosecutors allege Frey, whom they say has a history of violence against sex workers , arranged separate meetings with two women, then tried to take them

Frey faces two counts of attempted trafficking and two counts of attempted kidnapping. He is a married father of two, according to NBC New York.

He is accused of trying to abduct sex workers on two separate occasions with the “intent of forcing them to engage in commercial sex acts,” the U.S. attorney's office for the Eastern District of New York said in court documents.

In both instances — one in July and the other in October 2018 — Frey arranged meetings with the women. Then, through force, he attempted to take each of them to a “secluded location,” kidnapping them against their "strong objections," the federal prosecutor's office said in court documents.

Each of the women escaped Frey by jumping out of his moving vehicle, sustaining injuries in the process, prosecutors allege.

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Frey was arrested Friday on charges of attempted kidnapping and attempted trafficking by force. Federal prosecutors say Frey tried to abduct one woman in October 2018, approached her again Prosecutors say another sex worker obtained a restraining order after Frey allegedly rammed her

“ Trafficking is a bigger problem” than what the numbers show, says Inspector Jim Klein, commander of the NYPD’s Vice Enforcement Unit and a 36-year “People are shocked to hear that it actually exists in New York City,” says Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. “This is not a case where you

"The nature of his conduct towards Jane Does #1 and #2 was sufficiently violent that both deemed it a safer option to throw themselves from a moving vehicle in order to escape the defendant," prosecutors said.

Frey continued to contact both women after they escaped, prosecutors say.

Armed with a weapon, he tried and failed to kidnap Jane Doe #1 a second time, but she was able to once again escape, documents say.

A third sex worker had previously taken out a restraining order against Frey after he intentionally rammed his vehicle into hers, documents outline. The victim also said Frey violated the order by calling her and leaving threatening voicemails. Authorities believe there may be more victims.

Authorities says Frey has a history of violence against sex workers and poses a danger to the community.

Frey, a married father of two, was a manager at an aircraft components factory and had a slew of prior convictions such as criminal possession of stolen property.

NBC News reached out to Frey’s lawyer on Saturday but did not immediately hear back.

The U.S. attorney's office said in court documents that if convicted Frey faces a 15-year minimum sentence.

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