May 24, 2014 2.33 pm This story is over 114 months old

Three arrested, one charged with sex trafficking in Lincolnshire

Three arrests over sex trafficking: A man appeared in court in Lincoln charged with offences relating to human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Lincolnshire.

A man appeared at Lincoln Magistrates Court on Saturday, May 24, charged with two counts related to human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Lincolnshire.

Marcin Wawrzynowski (29), of Grosvenor Road in Skegness, was one of the three men Lincolnshire Police arrested on May 22 on suspicion of being involved in human trafficking in the Kirton area near Boston.

The other two, a 22-year-old man from Hounslow and a 34-year-old man from Skegness, have been released on police bail to return to the police station at a later date for further enquiries.

Wawrzynowski was charged with two counts under the Asylum and Immigration Act 2006 of intentionally arranging or facilitating the travel of a person within the UK/another country with a view to their sexual exploitation.

He was remanded in custody to appear at Lincoln Crown Court via video link on May 29.