SAN ANTONIO — Two men accused of human trafficking and sexual assault have been captured, according to police.
Oswaldo Morales, 44, is accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl and the other is accused of human trafficking a 14-year-old.
Morales was arrested with the assistance of the US Marshals. Police said the victim told them she was sexually assaulted by Oswaldo more than 19 times. Officers said based upon the facts and evidence, a probable cause second-degree felony warrant was issued for Morales.
Adrian Huizar, 36, was arrested for human trafficking and delivery of a controlled substance to a minor. According to the 14-year-old victim, Huizar befriended her and kept her at a residence in Elmendorf because she was a runaway from San Antonio. She told police he provided her with narcotics in exchange for sex.
According to Elmendorf PD, the victim said she was at Huizar's residence for three weeks and wanted to leave, but he did not allow her. Based upon probable cause, Huizar has two felony warrants, a first-degree felony for trafficking of persons and a second-degree one for delivery of a controlled substance to a minor.
Morales and Huizar are both in the Bexar County Jail. Morales was extradited from Hays County Jail where he was apprehended in Wimberly, Texas.