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The wife and the mother of a North Carolina man who is in prison on a hit-and-run-and-gun, the charges were sent to jail on Monday, after the pair took part in an attempt to get the man to help bail out money to help of his scheme which he has arranged the prison, the prostitution of minors, officials said.
Federal prosecutors said Monday that Brianna Leshay Wright, 26, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the sex trafficking of three minors, her mother-in-law, Tanya Fuentes, 56, was convicted and sentenced to serve two years in prison for the conspiracy charges.
Brianna Leshay Wright, left, and her mother-in-law, Tanya Fuentes, right, were convicted and sentenced to 10 years and 2 years, respectively, in prison for sex trafficking.
(MECKLENBURG COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)
Both of them had pleaded guilty to the crimes last year.
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According to officials, Wright is the man, Zerrell Fuentes, had arranged for the whole system in the jail, and enlisted the girls to engage in prostitution in order to earn money for his bail. His wife and the mother carried out the plan.
Zerrell Fuentes is arranged from the interior of North Carolina, in jail and three minors from sex trafficking in order to raise money for his bond.
(MECKLENBURG COUNTY JAIL)
Zerrell Fuentes, was jailed on hit-and-run-and-gun charges, the Charlotte Observer reported.
Between April 28, 2016 and 8 May 2016, with the women driving the victims from Charlotte to Myrtle Beach, S. C., for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts, prosecutors said. Wright’s phone was used to post prostitution ads on the Internet.
While in Myrtle Beach, and that at least two of the victims have committed sexual acts or sexual contact, prosecutors said. Wright and Tanya Fuentes was arrested in April 2017.
The victims ‘ ages have not been released.
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Zerrell Fuentes, who pleaded guilty last year, has not been convicted, but is facing life in prison and a $250,000 fine.