Two men convicted of sex trafficking in four Pa. counties

Posted On: Nov 15, 2019   |   Posted By: WGAL

Two men convicted of sex trafficking in four Pa. counties

Kenneth Crowell and Barry Schiff were found guilty Thursday of numerous counts related to a ring that operated in Lancaster, York, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties.

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