Baltimore human trafficking case shuts brothel; 4 arrested, 2 rescued

Authorities broke up a human trafficking ring that had been operating for months in southeast Baltimore, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announced Tuesday afternoon. Authorities said they shut down a brothel, made four arrests and rescued two victims. Edward Sanchez, Gladys Luna-Hernandez, Jose Arevalo and Julio Galvan were arrested within the last two weeks, according to court records.