Two indicted for promoting prostitution of children

Two Atlantic County men were indicted Thursday for promoting prostitution.
Seleem Reynolds and Mikal Mitchell were arrested after a four-month investigation led by Atlantic County Sheriff’s Officer Greg Engstler and Department of Human Services Officer Paul Vanaman, both of the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force.
Three children were recovered and placed under protection as part of the investigation.
Reynolds, 26, of Atlantic City, was charged with promoting the prostitution of a child younger than 18, two counts of promoting prostitution, endangering the welfare of a child and conspiracy.
Mitchell, 30, of Somers Point, was charged with two counts of promoting the prostitution of a child younger than 18, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, terroristic threats and conspiracy.
Anyone with information regarding the exploitation of children for prostitution is asked to call 800-CALL FBI (800-225-5324). In Atlantic County, call the county Prosecutor’s Office at 609-909-7800.

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