Published: Sun, February 18, 2018
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Airline agent named Miracle credited with saving 2 teens from human trafficking

Airline agent named Miracle credited with saving 2 teens from human trafficking

Sacramento agent Denice Miracle was doing her job at the check-in-counter in the summer of 2017 when two teenage girls came up to check in for a flight to NY.

"I think the way they kept looking back-and-forth at each other, like they weren't really sure".

When Miracle would not allow the girls to fly, they walked to a nearby table at Starbucks and one of them called someone on the phone. "It just didn't feel right", she said.

"It was a first-class ticket; it was very expensive", she added. She immediately went into agent mode and started asking the girls questions. "It just doesn't feel right to me.' It just did not feel right".

On interrogating them, the girls revealed they had met someone called "Drey" on Instagram, who paid for their one-way flight tickets after promising that once in NY, the girls would land modeling gigs and get to perform in music videos, the Statesman reported.

Following the incident, the teens were reunited with their parents, who were likely surprised to learn their daughters weren't spending the night at a friend's home like they had been told.

Moments later, Todd Sanderson, sheriff's deputy at Sacramento International Airport, approached the teens.

"They were somewhat flippant about - no that can't be true, and I said no, the airline says you have a one-way ticket and I said in my belief you're going back there not to do the things that you think you were going to be doing".

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Authorities quickly investigated "Drey" on Instagram, but it was too late.

"We attempted to look him up on Instagram".

Though the teens were able to reach Drey by phone when Miracle first declined to check them in, subsequent attempts to contact him failed.

Authorities believe this person is an expert at befriending potential victims online and luring them away.

Denice Miracle was part of a miracle that day, according to the Sacramento Police Department.

Deputies say Denice Miracle's name certainly suits her.

An American Airlines ticketing agent used her instincts to save two underage girls from getting lured into flying to NY to meet a man who had promised them jobs in modeling and entertainment industry, last year.

Deputies say the girls were from the Fairfield/Vacaville area and when they notified their parents, those parents were in shock.

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