Michigan Man Accused Of Sex Trafficking In Cambridge Has Court Date

WOBURN, MA – A Michigan man charged under the state’s new human trafficking law is scheduled for a June 6 possible change of plea in a case where he and a female accomplice are allegedly to have run a prostitution ring from Michigan to Massachusetts .

In Middlesex Superior Court on Tuesday, the attorney representing Melando Yaphet Streety, 34, of Michigan, agreed to a June 6 status date for a possible change of plea on charges of: trafficking a person under 18 for sexual servitude (2 counts), deriving support from a minor prostitute (2 counts) and rape (5 counts).

Streety, who has pleaded not guilty to the charges, is currently being held without bail.

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