People v. Harris

In 2012, the Attorney General's Office arrested 35 year-old, Jackie Robinson Harris, of Auburn Hills on allegations of child sex trafficking.  The charges resulted from an investigation by the Michigan State Police and the FBI through the Southeast Michigan Crimes Against Children Task Force.

Harris was charged with sex trafficking of a minor, prostitution, and criminal enterprises for allegations of sexually exploiting a 16 year-old girl from South East Michigan by recruiting her to work as a prostitute.  Harris allegedly enticed the girl into helping run the prostitution ring before he later sent her to work as a prostitute.

Harris was convicted by an Oakland County Jury of Human Trafficking on February 13, 2014.  On March 6, 2014, Harris was sentenced to 25-80 years in prison.