Traffic stop bust man for sex trafficking

The Ohio State Highway Patrol arrested a California man for sex trafficking during a traffic stop Tuesday.

Troopers say they stopped 21 year old James Jackson of Sacramento Tuesday morning on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 for speeding. Troopers say they discovered a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car which lead to a probably search.

Investigators discovered 20 grams of marijuana, a loaded .45 caliber handgun, and items associated with the sex trade.

Troopers interviewed two young women, a 21 year old from California and a 25 year old from Arizona who admitted to troopers to being forced into prostitution.

The suspect, Jackson was arrested and charged with human trafficking, carrying a concealed weapon and possession of criminal tools. He's being held at the Lucas County Jail.