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We Need Your Help Locating Human Trafficking Suspect Jermaine Daevon Magee


We Need Your Help Locating Human Trafficking Suspect Jermaine Daevon Magee

The Los Angeles Regional Human Trafficking Task Force is seeking information on the whereabouts of Jermaine Daevon Magee. Suspect Magee is wanted for the trafficking of three juvenile females during 2017 and 2018.  The victims were between the ages of 14-16 at the times of the offenses, which took place in Los Angeles County during the two year period. 

Detectives learned that Magee and his co-defendant (Tatiana Warren, in-custody) repeatedly sold the victims over the internet for sexual encounters. 
 
A felony warrant was issued for the arrest of Jermaine Daevon Magee for Human Trafficking and Pimping of Minor.  His bail was set at $475,000.00, in Norwalk Superior Court. 
 
Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Human Trafficking Bureau at (323) 526-5156. If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call "Crime Stoppers" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the “P3 Tips” Mobile APP on Google play or the Apple App Store or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org.
 
The Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Human Trafficking Bureau houses the LA Regional Human Trafficking Task Force, the nation’s largest co-located human trafficking task force.  The Task Force is a collaboration of federal, state, county and local law enforcement, social service agency and non-government and community-based organizations investigating and serving the needs of commercially exploited adults and minors victimized for the purpose of sex and labor.  

The LA Regional Human Trafficking Task Force brings together systems and disciplines to address the victim’s needs through a victim centered, trauma informed approach.  The task force employs a regionalized strategy that crosses jurisdictional boundaries to identify and rescue victims while aggressively pursuing traffickers and buyers.
 
LA REGIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING TASK FORCE PARTNERS: 
FEDERAL
United States Attorney’s Office
Homeland Security Investigations (ICE)
Federal Bureau of Investigation
United States Marshals Service
United States Department of Labor 
STATE
California Attorney General
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (State Parole)
California Employment Development Department
California Highway Patrol 
COUNTY
LA County Sheriff’s Department
Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Clergy Council
LA County District Attorney’s Office (DA & DA Investigator)
Department of Children and Family Services
LA County Probation Department
LA County Department of Public Health  
CITY
Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office (Anti-Sex and Labor Trafficking Program)
Los Angeles Police Department
Los Angeles Unified School District Police Department
Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office
NON-GOVERNMENT/COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS
Alafia Mental Health
Alliance for Young Women and Girls
Asian Americans Advancing Justice
Bet Tzedek Legal Services
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking
Demand Abolition Cease Network
East LA Women’s Center
Faith Initiative to Abolish Trafficking (FIAT)
Human Trafficking Legal Network
iEmpathize
Journey Out
Northridge Hospital Center for Assault Services
Pet Prescriptions Therapy Dog Program
Restoration Diversion Services
San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center
Saving Innocence
So Cal Partners for Global Justice
Starview Community Services
Strength United
The Guardian Group (Hotel/Motel Outreach, Education and Signage)
Valley Oasis Sexual Response Services (SARS)
Virtuous Women Inc.
Volunteers of America of LA
Zoe International