TOLEDO, Ohio – The wife of one of the three Ohio pastors accused of child sex trafficking is indicted on federal charges accusing her of interfering in her husband’s research.
U. S. District Court records show 43-year-old Laura Lloyd-Jenkins was Friday arrested in Toledo on such charges as obstructing a sex trafficking investigation and making a false statement.
Court records show they pleaded not guilty and was ordered held pending a detention hearing. Her lawyer declined to comment after the arrest.
Lucas County commissioners recently fired Lloyd-Jenkins from her job as a county administrator in Ohio.
Her husband, Cordell Jenkins, pleaded not guilty to charges alleging that he and two other pastors connected to recruit teenage girls to have sex with them and shared photos and videos of the girls.