DeKalb County men indicted for pimping, exploiting youth
A DeKalb County grand jury on April 26 indicted two DeKalb County men on 18 counts of pimping and exploiting children.
John William Anderson and Darryl Bearnard Curry are accused of trafficking persons for sexual servitude, pimping, sexual exploitation, false imprisonment, cruelty to children, aggravated assault, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, obstruction of an officer and conspiracy to commit false statements.
“These are very serious and disturbing charges,” said DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James. “Our office is committed to protecting the people of DeKalb and prosecuting those who prey upon our youth.”
The charges stems from alleged incidents from September to October 2011.
County’s job bus stopping in Lithonia
DeKalb County’s Mobile Career Center, also known as the “jobs bus,” will be in Lithonia on April 30.
The bus will be at the Lithonia Square, at 5840