Georgetown Man Arrested by Troopers for Human Trafficking

Georgetown – The Human Trafficking Task Force comprised of the Delaware State Police, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations and the Delaware Department of Justice have arrested a Georgetown man in connection with human trafficking.

On Thursday April 6, 2017, Jorge Arcinieja, 55 of Georgetown was arrested after a lengthy investigation into an alleged prostitution operation being conducted out of a mobile home located at 36 Garden Circle in the County Seat Mobile Home Park. Upon conducting surveillance on the home, detectives were able to obtain a search warrant on the residence after observing numerous vehicles and men frequent the home for a short period of time before leaving. When detectives and investigators entered the house, Arcinieja attempted to flee out of the rear door, but was taken into custody without further incident. A 25-year-old female, who was determined to be from the Dominican Republic, was located in a bedroom along with various items used in commercial sex trade.

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