The call came from a 20-year-old woman alerting police that she and other women were being held at a home located in the 100 block of Strauss Lane."It's house of full of girls and..I try to leave, he’ll try to kill me," the caller told the dispatcher.Police said they arrested Roberts, 33, of Sandy Springs in connection with the incident.Rent a boat at Lake Lanier– Spend some time on the water.
Two women are in custody after police say they lured a man they met on the dating site Plenty of Fish to his death.
When he was unable to pay the money back, he started robbing people in an effort to get the cash.'He served his debt to society and came out turned his life completely around.
He's become a huge part of his mother's restaurant business and was a vocal advocate for social justice during the Ferguson case,' said the source.
MORE | Being a Diamond Kitty: Inside the alleged human trafficking Sandy Springs mansion With the assistance of the FBI, Roberts was arrested on Tuesday and charged with false imprisonment and trafficking of persons for labor."We believe that he'd been making promises to some of these ladies for modeling careers -- financial assistance," said Sandy Springs Police Sgt. Neighbors said they'd noticed several luxury cars at the house and said the blinds were normally shut, but none suspected anything illicit was taking place behind the home's doors.
RELATED | Human trafficking suspect holds 8 women captive in million-dollar home RELATED | Alleged human trafficking victim met 'boss' on dating website Four of the women are receiving victims' assistance; the others have returned to their homes or are staying with friends. At least one of the women said they met Roberts through an online dating platform, Seeking