Another Arrest In Case Of Missing Irving Teen
IRVING (KRLD) – There’s new information and another arrest in the mysterious case of the Irving teenager who disappeared for several days in December and then turned up at home.
The case has now become one of human trafficking and prostitution.
Irving police say the girl met up with 31-year-old Kenzie Nelson from Garland at an Irving Mall.
“Nelson transported the victim to a location in Dallas for the purpose of engaging in prostitution,” explained John Argumaniz, with the Irving Police Department.
Nelson is now facing charges for human trafficking, compelling prostitution and aggravated sexual assault of a child.
According to Argumaniz, Nelson is not connected with the two 20-year-old men already jailed in the case. Todge Thurman and Humberto Corona are both facing aggravated sexual assault of a child charges. “The 20-year-olds, they were with her and then she was released and then she came into contact with Mr. Nelson,” he said.
Police say more charges and arrests may be coming.
Nelson is being held on $425,000 bond in the Irving Jail.