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Toronto men face dozens of sexual trafficking charges involving teenage girls

Andrew "Hot Boy Ryda" Pothiers-Grant.
Andrew "Hot Boy Ryda "Potier-Grant.Photo courtesy of: HANDOUT/Toronto Police

A 21-year-old Toronto man Trafficking investigation involving a teenage girl allegedly groomed on social media and sent to British Columbia

Trafficking enforcement team and C.A.R.E. (at risk of exploitation) The team has been groomed on social media, flew to British Columbia, and after being trafficked as a teenage girl in Toronto, began an investigation on April 24. Deception, coercion. The girl was trafficked in British Columbia, according to police.

Toronto police earned during the trafficking period. However, he states that all the money has been handed over to the accused.

The Pothiers-Grant fee laundry list includes: Persons under the age of 18. Two counts of procurement / management for persons under the age of 18, two counts of monetary / physical gain / trafficking under the age of 18, material from sexual services provided by persons under the age of 18. Benefits, advertising other people's sexual services, two counts to create child pornography, two counts to send child pornography, two counts to illegally own child pornography, advertise other people's sexual services, Harbing by a combination of prohibited acts, owning loaded firearms, inadvertently storing firearms, knowing it owning prohibited firearms Restricted, unlicensed Possession, possession of banned firearms that do not knowingly hold a license, possession of fear of firearms in unaut cars, dangerous weapons, carrying hidden weapons, banned devices that know to be banned , Schedule I for the purpose of human trafficking Possession of substances (fentanil), Schedule for the purpose of human trafficking Possession of Joule I substance (cocaine), possession of Schedule I substance for trafficking (oxycodone), possession of criminal proceeds not exceeding $ 5,000.

Investigators believe that there may be more victims and have published images of the accused. If you have the information, please call the police (416-808-7474), Crime Stopper (416-222-TIPS (8477)) or

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