Man sentenced for role in human trafficking case

Lili Zheng, Reporter/Producer, lili_zheng@wmdt.com

POSTED: 12:21 PM EDT Aug 17, 2015 UPDATED: 10:06 PM EDT Aug 17, 2015 

SALISBURY, Md. -

A man accused of a being a co-conspirator in a human trafficking case entered a plea and was sentenced on Monday morning.

36-year-old Marcus Foreman, originally from Worcester County but currently living in Salisbury according to family,  entered an Alford Plea and was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a human trafficking ring that took place at America's Best Value Inn in Salisbury in November 2014.

Wicomico County State's attorney Matt Maciarello says Foreman, who was also known as "Murder", worked in the capacity of a "look-out" at the hotel where women were held against their will and forced to have sex for money.

"But still when you're actively participating, when you're aiding or encouraging, you're just as responsible for the crimes as anyone else in the organization is and that's why he's criminally responsible." Says Maciarello...