Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Men Accused Of Providing Prostitutes For Farm Laborers In N.J.

POSTED: 8:40 am EDT October 3, 2005
UPDATED: 11:42 am EDT October 3, 2005
WNBC.com

SALEM, N.J. -- A Salem County grand jury has indicted three men who allegedly provided prostitutes to farm laborers in Southern New Jersey.

Miguel Angel Salcedo, of Elsinboro, and Margorito Jaime Vasquez and Rene Rincon, both of Carneys Point, were indicted on two counts of third-degree prostitution.

Authorities said the men employed the women, mostly from Mexico, to provide sex to the farm workers.

The trio's indictment follows the murder of Virginia Lopez-Rojas, 22, who authorities say worked as a prostitute for the men. Her body was found in the early hours of Jan. 17 by a passing motorist on the shoulder of a rural road in Mannington Township.

Authorities said Salcedo had sex with Lopez-Rojas before arguing with her and assaulting her. She died of blunt-force trauma to the head and asphyxiation.

Salcedo was charged with her murder in April. He's also been charged with aggravated assault, robbery, promoting prostitution and tampering.

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