Human Trafficking Complaints Result in Arrest in Rockwood, Tennessee

ROCKWOOD, TN – According to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, complaints of illegal business activity being conducted at a Roane County massage business led to an investigation by the Rockwood Police Department, the TBI Human Trafficking Unit, and the office of 9th Judicial District Attorney General. As a result of that investigation, led by Rockwood Detective Dustin Arnold, one woman faces charges and another accepted services from a counter-trafficking program.

During the course of the investigation, detectives and agents executed a search warrant on Monday, February 12th at 7 Massage, located at 2305 North Gateway Avenue in Harriman. As a result, one woman working at the location was arrested and taken into custody. A second woman working there accepted services provided by Grow Free Tennessee, part of the Community Coalition Against Human Trafficking.

Police arrested Sook Campbell (DOB 03/12/1944) of Lawrenceville, GA. She was charged with three counts of Patronizing Prostitution and was booked into the Roane County Jail.

The investigation remains active and ongoing.


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