Chicago man faces trial in death of prostitute

2014-05-01T19:45:00Z 2014-05-01T21:16:22Z Chicago man faces trial in death of prostitute

HAMMOND | A 31-year-old Chicago man will go on trial June 9 in U.S. District Court, accused of forcing two women, one of whom was later found dead, to have sex for money.

In addition to federal prostitution charges, Nathan Demar Huey-Dingle, is charged with murder in the death Rachael S. Woods, 20, of South Bend. Woods was found Sept. 13, 2012, severely beaten on the side of Interstate 65 near the Rensselaer exit.

On April 22, Huey-Dingle pleaded not guilty to three federal counts, including sex trafficking and violation of the Mann Act (sexual exploitation).

Jim Masters

Times Correspondent

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