Federal grand jury indicts five for sex trafficking in Iowa
IOWA CITY — Five eastern Iowa men have been charged with sex trafficking, often in the Johnson County area.
Twenty-one-year-old Isaiah Devon Patterson is accused of using advertising to sell sex with a minor girl. Twenty-five-year-old Arrion Marcus West is accused of forcing two minors to have sex for money. Thirty-nine-year-old Albert Kelly Price is charged with paying three minors to have sex in hotels and other locations.
Fifty-two-year-old Kendall Andrew Steb has been charged with a variety of sex trafficking, drug and firearm offenses. Forty-year-old Tommy Tate Collins is charged with sex trafficking a minor and giving the victim marijuana and cocaine.