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Alabama man sentenced to life in prison for human trafficking

ENTERPRISE, Alabama (WDHN) – In an Enterprise courtroom Monday afternoon, a man who had previously been convicted of a felony was sentenced to life imprisonment.

In October, Andy Tinker was convicted of human trafficking in the first degree in the case of a woman who had been placed in bondage by the defendant. During the trial, defense witnesses said Tinker used the victim for sexual purposes, as well as to procure and sell drugs.

Following a pre-sentence investigation, Coffee and Pike County Circuit Judge Jeff Kelley sentenced Andy Tinker to life in prison.

Prosecutors in the case had previously described the convicted defendant as a threat to society.


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