Former police detective Roger Golubsky is one of four men charged with forcing women into sexual slavery.

A Kansas City police detective and three others face life in prison after a federal grand jury charged them with conspiring to place a young woman into involuntary sexual slavery.

Prosecutors allege that former detectives Roger Golubsky, Cecil Brooks, Rumark Roberson, and Richard Robinson were all involved in criminal activity that lasted from 1996 to 1998. Announcement of Grand Jury Indictment by the Department of Justice on Monday. Brooks is said to have provided a location in the Kansas City apartment where the young woman was being held.

Brooks, Roberson, and Robinson all allegedly used physical beatings, sexual assault, and intimidation to coerce young women into providing sexual services to men.

Detective Golubsky, now 69, allegedly took money from Brooks, shielded him from law enforcement, and forcibly raped a young woman whose identity has not been revealed.

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This undated photo provided by the Edwardsville Police Department shows Roger Golubsky.

Edwardsville Police Department via AP

All four men are charged with conspiring to keep women in involuntary sexual slavery. He has been charged with enslaving and coercing Roberson into providing sexual services. A third count of action was that Brooks, Roberson, and Golubski held another young woman in involuntary servitude and forced her to provide sexual services to adult men, including three. indicted.

If convicted, each of the four men faces up to life in prison.

Detective Golubsky was previously indicted for civil rights violations for allegedly committing aggravated sexual assault in violation of the law between 1998 and 2001. September Indictment against him Golubsky has pleaded not guilty to these charges.

Golubsky, who retired from the Kansas City Police Department in 2010, Wrongful imprisonment of Lamonte McIntyre 1994. At the time of arrest McIntyre I was 17.

McIntyre’s mother stated in an affidavit Before his son was convicted, Golubsky coerced and harassed her into sexual acts. Based on “contradictory and coerced testimony” And there is no physical evidence. McIntyre served 23 years in prison before being exonerated and released in October 2017. Former police detective Roger Golubsky is one of four men charged with forcing women into sexual slavery.

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