Fifty-seven-year-old Bronx resident Paul Alexander was arrested Thursday for allegedly trafficking girls as young as 12 years old.
“The arrest was the result of a joint investigation by the state prosecutor’s office called ‘Operation Mile High’ – a nod to his job as CEO of Central Jet Charter, New York Attorney General Letitia James said Saturday,” the New York Post reported.
Alexander allegedly charged an undercover agent $300 for sex with two girls, with both victims earning a third of the money, the article read.
The New York attorney general’s office detailed the events in a press release on Saturday:
Through the use of covert recording devices, social media, and undercover operations, the investigative team determined that Alexander was, in fact, trafficking children across county lines for sex. Read more…