OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — United States Attorney in the Southern District of Iowa Marc Krickbaum says that 40-year-old Terrance Jackson was sentenced to seven years in prison on sex trafficking charges.
The seven year sentence will be followed by seven years of supervised released for sex trafficking involving force.
In May 2018, an undercover law enforcement officer responded to an advertisement on an internet website offering sexual services from a person named "Savannah." A meeting was arranged by the undercover officer and Savannah. Law enforcement determined that Jackson placed the ad offering Savannah's services and drove her to Lincoln to meet the undercover officer.
Further investigation revealed that Jackson had been offering Savannah's services since late 2017. The investigation was done by the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force, Lincoln Police, Omaha Police, and Council Bluffs Police.