Brian Coffin

Alva Leeman

Oliver Kagame

Conrad Pullen


OXFORD — On August 11, the Oxford Police Department carried out an operation aimed at addressing prostitution and the trafficking of individuals for sexual exploitation. As part of this operation, Oxford PD Officers apprehended four individuals, referred to as “Johns,” who were involved in engaging with prostitutes, said Police Chief Rickie Jack in a press release.

“It is widely recognized that human trafficking is a pervasive issue that extends beyond jurisdictional boundaries, presenting significant challenges at both the state and national levels,” the release noted.

The following males were taken into custody by the Oxford PD after agreeing to exchange money for sexual services:

Alva Leeman,  52, of Brunswick; Conrad Pullen, 73, of Hollis Center; Brian Coffin, 48, of Auburn; and Oliver Kagame, 28, of Biddeford.

Jack said all were arrested without incident and charged with the offense of with Engaging a Prostitute.

If you have any information regarding a potential human sex trafficking situation, please contact the toll-free National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888. Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocates are available 24/7 to receive reports of suspected human trafficking. Alternatively, if you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please dial 911.

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