Johnson announced that Mohammed Sharif Alaboudi, age 45, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was found guilty of four counts of sex trafficking, including sex trafficking by force and sex trafficking of a child.The guilty verdicts followed a four-day federal jury trial in Sioux Falls. We affirm the circuit court's valuation of Nicole's retirement. P., starting in July 2008 without provocation or questioning, began indicating that Todd was sexually abusing her. Because the circuit court erroneously concluded that it could not prohibit visitation and applied the incorrect burden of proof to the allegations of sexual abuse, we reverse the circuit court's visitation order and remand for a determination of whether visitation with Todd is in the children's best interests. allegedly made statements about Todd performing sexual actions.[¶ 3.] Later that month, Nicole alleges she witnessed events that led her to believe B. Munson of Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith, PC, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Attorneys for plaintiff and appellant. Haugaard, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Attorney for defendant and appellee. Background[¶ 2.] Todd and Nicole married on May 23, 1998. [¶ 1.] Todd Pieper (Todd) and Nicole Pieper (Nicole) have two children, B. They had two children during their marriage—a daughter (B.
At trial, victims and other witnesses described how, once they were there, Alaboudi would use violence and drugs to force them into having sex with him and with other men who would come to the apartment and pay Alaboudi with drugs and money.
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Nonetheless, Nicole contacted the police and the Department of Social Services (DSS).
to Child's Voice.[¶ 4.] At Child's Voice, a physical examination by Dr.
In 2011, the Sioux Falls Police Department (SFPD) Street Crimes Unit, began investigating a criminal organization operating in and around Sioux Falls.