FOX 9 - Federal authorities have filed charges against a man in Minnesota as part of a disturbing case in which police say he forced two women to work as prostitutes, took their earnings, and threatened or beat them when they would not comply. According to investigators, Darnell Stennis was arrested in March of after officers responded to the La Quinta Inn on West American Boulevard in Bloomington for the report of a fight. At the hotel, police encountered Stennis in the elevator lobby on the 17th floor as they responded to the call. Speaking with police, Stennis admitted there had been verbal arguments but nothing physical.
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Charges: Man forced 2 women into prostitution, beat victim at Bloomington hotel when she wanted out
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