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Tulsa Woman Accused of Human Trafficking of 14-Year-Old Girl

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A Tulsa woman has been arrested on a human trafficking charge after police said she knowingly aided in the trafficking of a 14-year-old girl.

According to a booking report, Tulsa Police vice officers found an ad on backpage.com with a very young looking girl on Tuesday.

After making contact with the number listed, plans were made to meet up at a local extended stay hotel near 41st and Sheridan later in the day.

When an undercover officer arrived, a woman, identified as 23-year-old Alaina Lamecker of Tulsa, told him her friend was sick and in the bedroom.

Police said that the officer recognized the other girl as the young one seen in the ad. The woman agreed to a sex act in exchange for money.

That's when the officer identified himself and brought in other officers, the report stated.

Police arrested Lamecker, who was read her rights and then admitted to knowing the younger girl was only 14 years old, knowingly aided in the trafficking of the girl, and was paying for the backpage.com ad using gift cards.

Lamecker is jailed on a $101,500 bond on charges of human trafficking and soliciting prostitution within 1000 ft. of a church.

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