18 arrested in Super Bowl sex-trafficking ring

Investigators say some of the alleged "Johns" would pay up to $10,000 per night. (1/30/14)

NEW YORK - Several Long Island residents are accused of involvement in a Super Bowl sex-trafficking ring.

Police arrested 18 people today who were allegedly involved in a scheme to supply prostitutes and cocaine to high-rollers in town for the Super Bowl.

The alleged "Johns" would pay up to $10,000 per night.

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The state attorney general's office says Hyun Ok Yoon, of Long Island, was one of the ring leaders.

Investigators say the "'one-stop shopping" drug and prostitution ring spanned across Manhattan, Long Island and several states. 

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