11 arrested in undercover sex trafficking operation

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On Dec. 11-12, Louisiana State Police Troopers along with other members of the Northwest Louisiana Human Trafficking Task Force conducted a two-day human trafficking detail in the Shreveport/Bossier area.  The primary goal of this operation was to rescue human trafficking and child sex trafficking victims while identifying and arresting sex traffickers and child predators.  As a result of the detail, the following 11 individuals were arrested:

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Soliciting of Prostitution:

DEMARCUS METCALF
SHREVEPORT

Demarcus L. Metcalf of Shreveport, LA

GRANT WILLIAMS
SHREVEPORT

Grant Michael Williams of Shreveport, LA

KAMERON JEANE
GLOSTER

Kameron Montana Jeane of Gloster, LA

JOSHUA STEWART
BOSSIER CITY

Joshua Shane Stewart of Bossier City, LA

MARK HARDY
HAUGHTON

Mark A. Hardy of Haughton, LA

CLAY GORDY
MONTGOMERY, TEXAS

Clay Lee Gordy of Montgomery, TX

EDWIN THOMAS
SHREVEPORT

Edwin Tremain Thomas of Shreveport, LA

Prostitution:

KAYLA BAKER
SHREVEPORT

Kayla Ladawn Dominique Baker of Shreveport, LA

Lamarcus L. Daniels of Shreveport, LA (no photo available)

KASEY MAY
MARSHALL, TEXAS

Kasey D. May of Marshall, TX

Inciting Prostitution:

TALISSIE WILLIAMS
MARSHALL, TEXAS

Talissie A. Williams of Marshall, TX

The Louisiana State Police maintains close partnerships with other law enforcement agencies within the Northwest Louisiana Human Trafficking Task Force.  This task force, which consists of the United States Attorney’s Office, Western District of Louisiana, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Louisiana State Police, Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control, Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Office, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office, Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office, Bossier City Marshal’s Office, Bossier City Police Department, and Shreveport Police Department, was instrumental in the success of this detail.

The Louisiana State Police online reporting system is available to the public through a convenient and secure reporting form that is submitted to the appropriate investigators. Citizens can access the form by visiting http://lsp.org/ and clicking the Suspicious Activity link.