When you think about crime in Michigan, human trafficking may not leap to mind. But three high-ranking officers in the state Attorney General's office say it probably should.
Chief Deputy Attorney General Carol Isaacs was among those who participated in a discussion on human trafficking at the Eastern Michigan University Student Center Tuesday.
She says human trafficking - both sexual and labor trafficking - is prevalent in Michigan.
"We think it is under-reported," Isaacs said. "Mis-labeled, un-reported and hidden in plain sight."