Woman charged in human trafficking case out on $3,000 bail
Published Monday, June 17, 2019 5:05PM CST
Last Updated Monday, June 17, 2019 7:11PM CST
A 23-year-old woman charged with human trafficking by Saskatoon police is out on bail.
Dilshad Ali Zada is charged with three counts of human trafficking, uttering threats and theft over $5,000.
She was granted bail Monday morning for $3,000. She must surrender her passport and have no contact with the victims in the case.
Police have identified two 20-year-old women from Quebec and an 18-year-old Moose Jaw woman as victims. Police say Ali Zada also goes by the name Mina and has ties to Quebec.
Police started investigating the case after receiving reports that a 23-year-old woman was recruiting and trafficking women for the purpose of sexual exploitation between cities in Saskatchewan and Alberta.