Police confirm Flint human trafficking investigation

A human trafficking investigation in Flint now expanded to include drugs and prostitution, according to Flint police. (Photo: WEYI/WSMH)

FLINT, Mich. – A human trafficking investigation in Flint now expanded to include drugs and prostitution, according to Flint police.

The scene of the investigation is on Freeman Avenue near Grand Traverse Street on the city’s south side.


Flint police, Genesee County Sheriff deputies and Michigan State Police responded to a home in that area around 3 p.m. Saturday.

At that scene, police say there were multiple arrests and at least one victim.


Two other homes in the immediate area were also searched.

Police could be seen taking garbage bags from the home as evidence.

The investigation is ongoing.

Police are expected to release more information on Monday.


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