HIGH POINT, NC - Three men have been charged in connection with a human trafficking case in High Point.
Michael Craddock and Tommy Woods of Archdale and William Dorner of High Point were all charged in a case stemming from last weekend.
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Around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Police were called to the 600 block of Piedmont Crossing Drive to look into a suspicious car driving around the neighborhood. The call referenced a gray mid-2000s Ford Taurus that was pulling in and out of several driveways with no one getting out.
Police found Craddock and Woods in the car in the driveway of Dorner's home. Craddock said he brought a friend over to pick up money.
An investigation found Craddock and Woods had dropped a 19-year-old Archdale woman of at the house to exchange sexual favors for some form of payment. The girl was not charged and police say they believe she was a victim of human trafficking.
Craddock, 22, was charged with Felony Human Trafficking and given a $50,000 bond with a March 2 court date.
Woods, 52, was charged with Conspiring to Commit Prostitution and given a $5,000 bond and a March 2 court date.
Dorner, 61, was charged with misdemeanor Solicitation for Prostitution and given a citation.
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