Ohio Woman Accused Of Trading Daughter, 11, To Drug Dealer For Heroin


A Warren County, Oh., woman allegedly traded her 11-year-old daughter to a Cincinnati drug dealer for sex in exchange for heroin, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. On many occasions, she allegedly went to the 41-year-old man’s apartment, dropped her daughter off, left and came back several hours later. The 41-year-old man then allegedly had sex with the girl, sometimes videotaping it. On one occasion, the mother allegedly injected her daughter with heroin.

The case was detailed in an indictment announced by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters. “Every case of human trafficking is horrible,” DeWine said. “But this is just about as bad as anything I’ve ever seen.” April Corcoran, 30, has been charged with 27 felony counts, including complicity in rape, complicity in gross sexual imposition, endangering children, human trafficking and corrupting another with drugs. Shandell Willingham of Cincinnati has been charged on 26 similar felony counts. Two pieces of paper were taped to the front door of Corcoran’s e home. They read: “No comment,” and “talk to lawyer.”

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