- Cops state a 16-year-old girl called 911 past this week explaining she didn’t know where she was.
- Cops in Bridgewater, N.S., state a 16-year-old girl is under protection.
- The girl called 911 on Tuesday.
A girl rescued by the Cops of Bridgewater:
A 16-year-old New Brunswick girl told cops in Bridgewater, N.S., that she was shifted from one place to another and sexually abused over about a month.
Two Maritimers face allegations connected to Human Trafficking.
Cops stated Friday the girls somehow handled to run away early in the evening of Nov. 9 and called 911. She didn’t know where she was, but she gave the police sufficient info that the cops were able to discover her in the parking area of the Hotel on North Street in Bridgewater.
“She was anxious and visibly shaking and she also had no identification or money,” said Deputy Chief Danny MacPhee of the Bridgewater cops. Source – cbc.ca
“She informed our officers that she was from New Brunswick and that she was staying with adults that had also been keeping her cellphone from her until that moment.” Source – cbc.ca
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‘This is a critical trauma’
MacPhee stated the girl explained to the cops she’d been with a construction staff that halted at numerous hotels in various communities around Nova Scotia.
The girl is back under protection in New Brunswick, he declared.
“Our main worry was to make sure that she could be in a safe place and she could get the care she needed,” explained MacPhee. Source – cbc.ca
“As the survivor of a sexual offence and as a youth, with the allegations being made, this is serious trauma that she went through.” Source – cbc.ca
Two individuals face allegations
The Cops have charged two individuals: Bruce Nicholas Gilroy, 30, of Brookdale, N.S., and Chelsey Wilson, 28, of Moncton, N.B.