A Pennsylvania man has been arrested for human trafficking in connection with a police investigation into prostitution.
The Bensalem Township Police Special Investigations Unit responded Thursday at the Inn of the Dove Hotel, the police department said in a press release.
Dennis Ruoff, 49, had rented a room at the hotel and had two active warrants, police said. Officers knocked on the room’s door, and Ruoff and a woman peered out the window, but didn’t open the door.
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The room was secured to obtain a search warrant and a short time later Ruoff opened the door and turned himself in to police.
The police entered the room and found two women inside. After questioning the women, police learned that Ruoff allegedly trafficked in them by supplying them with drugs, using a website to “date” other men, and forcing them to have sex with those men. Ruoff reportedly told the women that they owed him the medicines he had given them.
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One of the women said Ruoff also sexually abused her.
Ruoff has been charged with human trafficking, sexual assault and other criminal offenses. He is being held at the Bucks County Correctional Facility on 10% $1 million bail.