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Three more people police say were involved in a sex trafficking operation in Lincoln last summer have been arrested, and police have found a second victim. Darrell White, 57, of W St. Jacqueline Stebbins, 33, of W St. White and Brecks were arrested Wednesday and are accused of giving a year-old girl a fake birth date to make her appear 19, Lincoln Police Officer Katie Flood said.
They also gave the girl drugs, coordinated sexual acts and took payment, she said. Flood said the girl was considered a runaway and had been approached near 16th and D streets in April by a woman who offered to show her a way to make money. Desantiago has yet to appear in court. Stebbins is also accused of trafficking another runaway last summer.
Police found posts on a website advertising a year-old for sex and traced them back to Stebbins' cellphone and email address, according to an arrest warrant. Kimberly Wheeler, 40, of Baldwin Ave. Kayla Holt, 25, lives at the Garfield Street address. Court documents say the women offered the teenager's sexual services in a bedroom at Holt's apartment and that Holt collected money from her afterward.
There is no indication Holt and Wheeler were involved in trafficking the year-old, Flood said. Lincoln police said it's possible there are more victims and others involved. Anyone with additional details about the case or information of sex trafficking in Lincoln should call criminal investigations at Reach the writer at or nmanna journalstar. Riley Johnson contributed to this report.
State lawmakers highlighted a series of measures aimed at preventing sexual assault and protecting survivors Wednesday. Rachel Pointer was 7 when she awoke to a hard thump on her window and saw her neighbor standing there, a gun to his head. A second Lincoln woman who police say was involved in a sex trafficking operation has been arrested.