- Associated Press - Saturday, September 6, 2014

CHICAGO (AP) - A man has been convicted of sex trafficking for allegedly bringing a woman and two teens to a suburban Chicago hotel to prostitute.

Fabriel Delaney, formerly of Palatine, was a resident of Kalamazoo, Michigan when arrested in 2011 by FBI agents. A federal jury found Delaney guilty of sex trafficking by force, fraud, coercion and sex trafficking of minors.

Prosecutors alleged the 28-year-old Delaney drove the three victims from the Kalamazoo area to Tinley Park, expecting to take them to the party where they would engage in sex with 10 to 12 men for $150 to $300 per customer. Instead, he was snared in a sting resulting from an investigation into his activities that began in 2010.

Prosecutors say Delaney faces up to life in prison when sentenced Dec. 10.

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