Maryland pimp sentenced for human trafficking; hear the 911 call

Marcus Jamal Lindsey (Montgomery County State Attorney’s office)

Marcus Jamal Lindsey (Montgomery County State Attorney’s office)

By Yvette Caslin   |  February 17, 2017 10:59 AM EST

Marcus Jamal Lindsey, 23, was convicted of human trafficking and assault charges in a Montgomery County, Maryland, in December 2016. In court on Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2017, he learned his fate.

A hotel maid recorded audio of the pimp beating a woman when she tried to escape the prostitution ring. He was arrested after the incident, which happened March 3, 2016, at a Radisson Hotel in Rockville, Maryland.

The recording was the smoking gun used by prosecutors during the trial. There were two women in the room with Lindsey. The maid heard screaming when she placed her phone at the base of the door to record the assault taking place inside the room. One of the women inside the room screamed and demanded in the two-minute recording, “Marcus, stop it.”

While crying she professed, “I don’t want no part in this life.” The trio stayed in the hotel for two days...