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By Samantha J. A Fort Worth man prosecutors described as a "violent pimp" was sentenced to life in prison Monday for his role in trafficking underage girls for sex, federal officials said. Herman "Pooh" Sanders, 29, and Pierre Lagrone, 34, both of whom also conspired in the crime, were convicted at the same time. Lagrone was sentenced to life in federal prison on four counts of sex trafficking of children, one count of conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of children and one count of possession of child pornography.
Prosecutors said Davis and Lagrone kept nearly all the money the girls made, giving them only food, shelter and sometimes clothing. Lagrone would recruit and advertise underage girls for commercial sex acts, pay for motel rooms for victims and clients and collect proceeds, authorities said. Sanders helped with the sex trafficking. The three have been in custody since they and five other men were arrested in October.
Earlier in the case, Bruce "Wheatie" Davis pleaded guilty to obstruction of enforcement. He thought one of the girls was cooperating with police in Davis' prosecution, so he threatened to harm her, members of her family and her 1-year-old child. Samantha J. Gross is a breaking news reporter at the Dallas Morning News. She graduated from Boston University in with a bachelor's in journalism.
More from Homepage. Gross PM on Aug 2, Email Icon. Demarcus "Zigg" Davis, Tarrant County Sheriff's Office Herman "Pooh" Sanders, 29, and Pierre Lagrone, 34, both of whom also conspired in the crime, were convicted at the same time.