Dorchester man will get 5 years for intercourse, drug trafficking


Woburn police arrested Theodore Gamble Williams throughout a 2017 undercover intercourse trafficking sting.

A Dorchester man was sentenced to 5 years in jail for intercourse and drug trafficking, officers introduced Friday.

Theodore Gamble Williams, 38, will serve 5 years after being convicted by a Middlesex Superior Courtroom jury of trafficking a girl for sexual servitude and trafficking cocaine over 36 grams.

“This case exemplifies the tough actuality that human trafficking is occurring. Victims are being managed and used as commodities by their abusers,” mentioned District Lawyer Lawyer Marian Ryan in a information launch. “As we search to boost consciousness about these circumstances, it’s crucial that we maintain those that revenue from promoting victims for sexual providers accountable for his or her actions.”

On Oct. 13, 2017, as a part of an undercover investigation, the Woburn Police Division responded to a web based commercial on a web site referred to as “Skip the Video games” that seemed to be promoting sexual providers, Ryan’s workplace mentioned. 

The undercover officer organized to satisfy with a girl at a Woburn lodge. Upon arrival, the 23-year-old lady mentioned that Williams and one other man had pushed her to the lodge that night time. She additionally advised the officer that the lads managed her, drove her to numerous places for intercourse work and barely paid her.

Investigators arrested Williams within the car parking zone after discovering him in a van with one other man. Officers searched the lads and the van and located practically 100 grams of cocaine, in addition to about $25,000 in money.

Ryan’s workplace mentioned the Southern Middlesex Regional Drug Activity Pressure and the FBI Crimes in opposition to Kids and Human Trafficking Activity Pressure additionally aided the investigation.