FBI makes additional arrests in Pastors sex crimes case

Published: Jan. 6, 2019 at 1:02 PM EST
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Breaking details linked to the case of the Toledo Pastors accused of sex trafficking.

The FBI has made additional arrests in the case.

Alisa Haynes and Alexis Fortune are both in federal custody. They are locked up in the Lucas County Jail. According to the FBI, both women are facing charges in connection to the sex trafficking case.

Alisa Haynes is Anthony Haynes' wife and Alexis Fortune is Haynes' stepdaughter.

Anthony Haynes, Cordell Jenkins and Kenneth Butler were all charged with sex trafficking minors.

According to affidavits filed in federal court, the FBI says that Haynes, Jenkins and Butler preyed on underage children and coerced them into sex.

Butler took a plea deal in the case, admitting to a role in the sex trafficking of children, conspiracy to sex traffic children and obstruction of a sex trafficking investigation. He could face up to 17 1/2 years in prison when sentenced.

Anthony Haynes, Cordell Jenkins and Jenkin's now ex-wife, Laura Lloyd-Jenkins, all rejected plea deals and are scheduled to go on trial in Federal Court later this month.

This is a developing story, stick with 13abc for new details as this case breaks.