A Clackamas County man charged with child sex trafficking appeared in court on Tuesday.
Dwayne Jamal Hubbard, 23, was indicted on charges of sex trafficking of a child, coercion and enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity on May 15 in federal court.
Hubbard faces a 10-year minimum sentence for each count, with a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Tigard Police and the FBI conducted the investigation and believe the sex trafficking took place between January and March.
'These arrests are the result of the excellent police work by the local law enforcement officers in Tigard who worked in conjunction with FBI agents,' said U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall. 'This teamwork is essential to protecting the children in this community from this dangerous trade.'
This case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Leah K. Bolstad.