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Elyria man convicted of human and drug trafficking

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Jeremy Mack (Source: Elyria Police) Jeremy Mack (Source: Elyria Police)
Ashley Onysko (Source: Elyria Police) Ashley Onysko (Source: Elyria Police)
AKRON, OH (WOIO) -

A guilty verdict for Jeremy Mack.

The Elyria man was convicted Tuesday of nine counts of human and drug trafficking.

According to the indictment between December 2012 and April 9, 2013, Mack and his co-defendent Ashley Onysko conspired together to provide heroin to four victims with drugs, including heroin and cocaine and then, after the victims incurred drug debts, used force, threats of force, fraud and coercion to compel them to engage in commercial sex acts.

Ashley Onysko, of Avon Lake, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking and drug trafficking. She was sentenced last month.

Mack will be sentenced May 29, 2014.

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