Adrienne Holloway Sentenced to Six Years in Prison
|FBI Cleveland October 30, 2012|
CLEVELAND—Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty and Special Agent in Charge of the Cleveland Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for the Northern District of Ohio Stephen D. Anthony announced that Adrienne Holloway was sentenced to six years in prison by Judge Hollie Gallagher. Holloway will be required to register as a lifetime sexual offender with community notification every ninety days.
From October 27, 2010 to November 29, 2010, Holloway, 33, of Cleveland, held captive the 16-year-old female victim at her home on Governor Avenue. Holloway then solicited men to perform sexual acts on the victim for money. The victim was given drugs and alcohol on a daily basis. Prior to trafficking the victim, Holloway had previously befriended the victim, who lived in the same neighborhood. The victim was eventually able to escape. Co-defendants Leon Jenkins, 42, and Deontae Callum, 22, both of Cleveland, were identified as two of the individuals who paid to have sexual activity with the victim. Their cases are currently pending.
Adrienne Holloway was arrested without incident on June 21, 2012. Holloway entered a plea of guilty to one count of attempted kidnapping with a sexual motivation specification, one count of sexual battery, one count of promoting prostitution, and one count of compelling prostitution on October 1, 2012.
This investigation was conducted by the FBI’s Violent Crimes Task Force, composed of the Cleveland FBI, Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office, Cleveland Police Department, and the Ohio Adult Parole Authority. It was prosecuted by the Major Trial Unit of the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office.
Maria (Pinzone) Russo, Public Information Officer
(216) 698-2819, cell (216) 299-9326 email@example.com http://prosecutor.cuyahogacounty.us.
SA Vicki D. Anderson, Cleveland FBI