Three Detroiters charged with trafficking 14-year-old girl

The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office announced on Thursday that three people from Detroit have all been charged with human trafficking of a 14-year-old girl.

Alexander Brown, 33, Brian Ash, 26, and Grace Nyirahabimana, 18, were all charged in connection with the human trafficking of the victim.

According to a press release from the prosecutor's office, the three people acted together and trafficked the 14-year-old victim between January 16 and January 26 this year. 

No other details were released. All three will be arraigned Thursday morning in a Wayne County courtroom.

Brown is being charged with human trafficking, human trafficking of a minor, two counts of criminal sexual conduct first degree, two counts of criminal sexual conduct third degree, and child sexually abusive activity and child sexually abusive activity - distributing/promoting.

Ash is charged with trafficking of a minor, carrying a concealed weapon and child sexually abusive activity and child sexually abusive activity - distributing/promoting.

Myirahabimona is charged with human trafficking of a minor, and  child sexually abusive activity.

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