Man from Sheboygan indicted on charges of sex trafficking and dealing heroin
SHEBOYGAN - A 31-year-old man has been indicted in federal court on multiple counts of drug and sex trafficking crimes.
According to the indictment, Jason B. Guidry of Sheboygan, was charged with sex trafficking through use of force, fraud or coercion, involving four different victims. He was also indicted on charges of interstate transportation for the purpose of prostitution. This indictment came from what the United States Attorney's Office says Guidry taking the victims to Illinois and other cities in Wisconsin "to engage in commercial sex acts."
Assistant United States Attorney Joseph Wall said Guidry would hook his female customers on heroin, then use it to induce them into prostitution.
Guidry was also charged with distribution of heroin causing serious bodily harm, a crime that carries with it a mandatory sentence of life in prison.