Howard police break up prostitution ring, charge three with human trafficking

From left, Donald M. Williams, 41, of Baltimore; Tiffany N. Lowery, 30, of Baltimore; and Rashon T. Pratt, 27, of Camden, N.J., were arrested by Howard County Police over the weekend for multiple counts of human trafficking and prostitution. (Howard County Police Department)

From left, Donald M. Williams, 41, of Baltimore; Tiffany N. Lowery, 30, of Baltimore; and Rashon T. Pratt, 27, of Camden, N.J., were arrested by Howard County Police over the weekend for multiple counts of human trafficking and prostitution. (Howard County Police Department)

BY Andrew MichaelsContact Reporter Howard County Times

November 17, 2015, 2:01 PM

Two men and a woman are facing human trafficking and prostitution charges following a two-month investigation by Howard County police, where detectives found women from various states being forced to perform sex acts for money.

Baltimore residents Donald M. Williams, 41, and Tiffany N. Lowery, 30; and Rashon T. Pratt, 27, of Camden, N.J., were arrested over the weekend for multiple counts of human trafficking and prostitution, police said...