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Online sex ads lead Biloxi Police to suspects

Amanda Lynn Sepulveda, 21, and Brandon Rashard Swanier, 24, are both charged with human trafficking. (Photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.) Amanda Lynn Sepulveda, 21, and Brandon Rashard Swanier, 24, are both charged with human trafficking. (Photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

A Pass Christian man, and a woman from Gulfport are accused of forcing someone into prostitution.

Brandon Rashard Swanier, 24, and Amanda Lynn Sepulveda, 21, are both charged with human trafficking. Biloxi Police say they caught up with the pair through internet ads offering sexual services. And the person performing the sex acts was not a willing participant.

If you recognize either Swanier or Sepulveda, or can provide information to help investigators, call the Biloxi Police Department Special Crimes Division at (228) 702-3177 or Crime Stoppers.

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