American Airlines ticket agent stops 2 girls from meeting alleged trafficker

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Society Society Airport Worker Stops Possible Human Trafficking By Sheena Vasani

Denise Miracle, an American Airlines customer service agent, sensed that something did not seem right when two teenagers - aged 15 and 17 years, who have not been identified - came up to the ticket counter at Sacramento International Airport, California, where she was working on August 31.

"They were somewhat flippant saying that no, that can't be true and I said, "No, the airline says you have a one-way ticket, ' and I said 'It's my belief you're going back there not to do the things you think you're going to do", Sanderson said.

Miracle told her supervisor she was going to call the sheriff.

'Between the two of them, they had a bunch of small bags.

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"I think the way they kept looking back-and-forth at each other like they weren't really sure".

"It was a first-class ticket; it was very expensive", she added.

"I'm proud of Denice and how she put her training into action to save these children", said AA General Manager Aleka Turner. "It just doesn't feel right to me'".

Apparently, the stranger told them that if they flew to NY for the weekend, he would pay them $2,000 to model in a music video.

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They had not told their parents about the trip on 31 August past year and were shocked when they were told the tickets did not cover a return flight.

When Deputy Sanderson informed the teens that their tickets had no return flights, he said they became defensive before ultimately accepting what could have happened to them.

'In my opinion, what was going to happen was they were going to go back to NY and become victims of sex trafficking. They said they would not have allowed that to happen, and the law enforcement official said they probably would not have had the choice. The police believe that following that phone call, Drey deleted his Instagram account and also deactivated the phone number that he had given the girls to contact him, further fueling the notion that he was a sex trafficker.

At first, the girls didn't believe they had been tricked into a trafficking situation. He told them they could earn $2,000 for different types of gigs. Deputy Todd Sanderson responded to the scene, and after speaking to the girls, discovered what was likely a plan by an unknown man in NY to lure them into a life of human trafficking. The airline worker said it was all about trusting her gut instincts. "She is a testament to the critical role our frontline team members play each and every day in the operation and the lives of each person they come in contact with".

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