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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A 26-year-old woman was sentenced Wednesday to nearly nine years in state prison for pimping out young girls, according to Sacramento County District Attorney Jan Scully.
Felisha Mock pled no contest to three counts of pimping. Mock targeted young, at-risk, runaway girls for prostitution, Scully said. She was charged with multiple counts of human trafficking related to pimping and pandering three female victims in 2011. The victims were ages 15, 16, and 20 years old at the time.
The Sacramento Police Department arrested Mock on Dec. 1.
“Sex traffickers prey on the most vulnerable members of our community,” Scully said in a press release announcing the sentencing. “I remain dedicated to pursuing those who sexually exploit young women and children and holding them accountable for these crimes.”