Skip to Content
Top Stories

Manager among 3 arrested for human trafficking at Colorado Springs Travelodge

travelodge trafficking arrest

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- The manager at a Travelodge hotel in the west side of Colorado Springs and two other people were arrested for human trafficking during a raid Tuesday at the hotel.

According to the Colorado Springs Police Department, investigators got reports about "ongoing criminal activity, violent crimes, human trafficking, and other narcotics violations" at the hotel." The hotel is located just off of Highway 24, near S. 26th Street.

Police say they learned that suspects were using the hotel as the base of a prostitution ring.

According to police, 48-year-old Stephanie Milan was the manager of Travelodge, and she faces charges of human trafficking for sexual servitude and pimping. A maintenance worker at the hotel, 52-year-old Ronald Rutherford, is accused of the same crimes.

Police also arrested Edward Mayne Monroe, 40, for the same charges. Another tenant, Felipe Salazar, 37, was arrested for felony narcotics charges, according to CSPD.

Stephanie Milan, Felipe Salazar

We're working on getting more information about the investigation.

Colorado Springs / Crime / Local News / News

Andrew McMillan

Andrew is the Digital Content Director for KRDO.com. Learn more about Andrew here.

Comments

3 Comments

  1. Well at least they caught this aspiring Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. sounds like a good bust.

    Any luck on the massage spas, or are all of those still being swept under the rug and ignored by law enforcement.

    1. Oh, well, you know, commerce and all. Plus it’s only affecting women, so why should they care? Lack of response makes me sick.

  2. This place is a $hi!hole and eyesore. Witnessed drug use in the parking area while just while parking at GOGs Gourmet. Hopefully, good-by and good riddance. Well done CSPD – thank you!

Comments are closed.

Skip to content