Pimp’s Domestic Violence Call Draws OPD Attention

Pimp’s Domestic Violence Call Draws OPD Attention
Photo: Alan Randolph Rhodes

ONTARIO – The pimp’s domestic violence call on July 19 is what got it all started. Police responded to a residence in the 200 block of Vineyard Avenue.

In the first place, the call led to an investigation. Then this in turn led to evidence of 36-year-old Alan Rhodes criminal activities.

Six days later they issued an arrest warrant for Rhodes and contacted him at his Ontario residence.

Officers methodically took the suspect into custody and then arrested and charged him.

As a result, is charges include felony robbery, pimping, pandering and human trafficking. His bail is $1 million.

“The San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force is made up of investigators from –

  • San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department;
  • San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office;
  • Ontario Police Department;
  • SB Police Department;
  • San Bernardino Unified School District Police;
  • California State Parole;
  • Office of Homeland Security;
  • and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

Likewise, as the investigation continues, law enforcement believes there may be other victims related to this case.

Finally, the press release says, “You can contact the SBC Human Trafficking Task Force at (909)387-8400. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous may contact We-Tip at 1-888-78-CRIME.  You may leave information on the WE-Tip Hotline at www.wetip.com.”




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