Changes are underway at two Oakland hotels known for sex trafficking and child prostitution and the city attorney is ready for a fresh start.
A judge this week issued final judgments that shut down two Oakland motels for a year that authorities say have been centers of prostitution and the sexual exploitation of minors.
A judge has issued tentative rulings that shut down two Oakland motels that authorities say have been centers of prostitution and the sexual exploitation of minors.
The Oakland city attorney went to court Friday in an effort to shut down two hotels accused of allowing prostitution.
Oakland City Attorney John Russo announced Wednesday that he has filed lawsuits against three hotel owners that he alleges have allowed their businesses to be used as centers of prostitution.