SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Seven young women were prostituted over several months by a pair of San Francisco sisters in the city's Richmond District.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that court documents released Friday indicate that during a seven-month investigation that began in October, men working with the state Department of Justice said the sisters introduced them to or offered them sex with at least seven women at two brothels.
The Chronicle reports that the documents also indicate authorities don't know how the women — identified only as Jane Does Nos. 1 through 7 — ended up at the brothels or where they are now.
The sisters have each been charged with seven counts of pimping, seven counts of pandering, one count of conspiracy to pimp and one count of conspiracy to pander.
They are set to be arraigned Friday afternoon.©2014 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.