Oklahoma human trafficking suspect arrested, allegedly used fake ID to avoid deportation for 2 decades

Human trafficking suspect in Oklahoma arrested for using fake ID to evade deportation for 20 years

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According to authorities, a suspect accused of human trafficking and wanted in Oklahoma had been evading deportation for decades by using a false identity.

According to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN), Feng Jiang was taken into custody in New York City on October 24th due to an outstanding warrant connected to a human trafficking investigation. After his arrest, investigators discovered that he had been using a fake name and birth date for more than two decades.

Donnie Anderson, Director of the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN), stated that Le Feng Jaing’s true identity was confirmed through a fingerprint analysis conducted by Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) after he was extradited back to Oklahoma earlier this month. The analysis also revealed that Jaing was issued a Final Order of Deportation in 2001 and currently has an outstanding Deportation warrant.

In October 2022, authorities began investigating a tip about alleged sex trafficking at a brothel located in a residential area in northwest Oklahoma City. As a result, Jiang was identified as a suspect in the case.

Authorities have reported that Feng Jiang used a fake name and birth date to stay in the country for over 20 years. In 2001, he was issued a final order of deportation. (Source: Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics)

According to OBN, Jiang and Jian Lin were the ones running the brothel. The evidence suggests that the majority of the brothel’s clientele were managers and administrators of commercial marijuana farms.

According to authorities, Jian Lin is still on the run and was recently sighted in the Oklahoma City region. This information was confirmed by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.

The authorities have accused Jiang of trafficking women in Oklahoma while residing in New York as recently as October 2023.

The accused serial rapist who posed a significant threat to an officer has been released on a sweetheart deal. The deal has sparked outrage, as the rapist was let off the hook despite being connected to multiple cases of sexual assault. The officer was threatened with having his finger bitten off, yet the accused offender was released under questionable circumstances.

In September, prosecutors indicted both Jiang and Lin on two counts of human trafficking. Additionally, Lin is currently facing charges in Canadian County related to the distribution of the drug ketamine.

Although Jiang was arrested by authorities in New York City last month, Lin is still a fugitive with multiple Oklahoma warrants.

Officials have not released any further details, but it is possible that Lin was recently spotted in Oklahoma City.

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