In her plea agreement, Kimberly Susan Latham admitted that she met two young women, reportedly ages 17 and 18, and invited them to stay with her in her Minnetonka apartment.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, May 4, 2012
On Friday in federal court, a 33-year-old Minneapolis woman pleaded guilty to one count of sex trafficking of a minor. Kimberly Susan Latham, who was indicted on Jan. 19, entered her plea before United States District Court Judge Ann D. Montgomery. In her plea agreement, Latham admitted that in November of 2011, she met two young women, reportedly ages 17 and 18, and invited them to stay with her in her Minnetonka apartment. She then asked the 17-year-old minor to engage in commercial sex acts and used the apartment for that purpose. Latham also used the Internet and cell phones to advertise the services. Because of her sex trafficking activity, Latham admittedly received financial benefit. For her crime, Latham faces a sentence of a …
A federal indictment unsealed late last week charges Kimberly Susan Latham for the alleged sex trafficking of a minor in November of 2011.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
A federal indictment unsealed late last week charges a 32-year-old Minneapolis woman for the alleged sex trafficking of a minor in November of 2011. The indictment charges Kimberly Susan Latham with one count of sex trafficking of a minor. The indictment, which was filed on Jan. 19, was unsealed following Latham’s initial appearance in federal court on Jan. 20. The indictment alleges that in November of 2011 Latham recruited, harbored, and transported the minor, and forced her to engage in a commercial sex act. Latham received money from the minor’s participation in such conduct and paid for advertisements on an Internet website. If convicted, Latham faces a potential maximum penalty of life in prison. All sentences will be determined by a…