Nevada Man Charged with Forcing Boise Women into Prostitution
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A Nevada man police say forced women into prostitution in Boise has been charged with four felonies.
KTVB-TV reports that 32-year-old Roderich Hugh Aaron of Las Vegas was charged Thursday in 4th District Court with human trafficking, trafficking in prostitution, procurement of prostitution, and detention for prostitution. Judge Charles Hay set bond at $1 million.
Hay also ordered that Aaron wear a GPS tracking device if he is released on bail. Police say that officers on Wednesday investigated after receiving reports of prostitutes operating out of a hotel on Airport Way, and that some of the women appeared to be coerced. Aaron's next court date is set for July 10.