Mesa HEaT Squad arrests 37-year-old man for Sex Trafficking. The Mesa Police Department Human Exploitation and Trafficking Squad arrested Jason Vangundy, a 37-year-old Phoenix resident, who is accused of prostituting underage girls out of valley hotels. Vangundy met the girls through online apps. One victim told police that Vangundy had the four runaway girls living in his Phoenix apartment and bought them cell phones so they could arrange sexual encounters with unknown men for money. A second girl told police she felt compelled to perform sexual acts for money, at the request of Vangundy, because he provided her with food, shelter, and a cell phone. Two other victims are still outstanding. The victims were 16 and 17-years-old. Once arrested, Vangundy admitted housing two of the girls, buying them cell phones, paying for hotel rooms, and receiving money from one girl. He denied involvement in anything related to prostitution. Vangundy was booked for the following charges and received a $250,000.00 bond: ARS 13-3212A1 Child Sex Trafficking, a class 2 felony; ARS 13-3212A7 Child Sex Trafficking Transportation, a class 2 felony; ARS 13-2312C Illegal Control of an Enterprise with Minors, a class 2 felony; and ARS 13-2317B1 Money Laundering, 2nd Degree, a class 3 felony
16th Street & Roosevelt Kidnapper, Woman Abuser
This guy here held my girl for 2 months against her will, beating her, making her do things against the moral viber of anyone. PISA are sick mother fuckers!!
Something tells me this guy has some shit to answer for to the boys in Texas. JUNK BEHAVIOR!!! Our thoughts are with the woman that he assaulted....Stay Strong!
Sat 11:53 PM
Could u put Gary allen simson on blast for being 36 saying he is 26 n messaging my 13 n 14 yr old daughters and putting 5$ on there instagram acct.im a convict with a 10# earn my stripes young n put in work on pos like him n pos like him r reason why people like me go back to prison
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