HUTCHINSON, Kansas -- A bondsman in Hutchinson went to court Friday for one charge and ended up being accused of more serious crimes.
Reno County Sheriff Randy Henderson says Dwight Jergens was supposed to have a status hearing before his bench trial on one misdemeanor case of promoting prostitution, but the case was dismissed.
Before Jergens could leave the court, he was arrested again.
The sheriff says its for a warrant with six counts: two counts aggravated human trafficking, two counts of attempted aggravated human trafficking, one count of rape and one count aggravated criminal sodomy.
Henderson says the human trafficking and aggravated counts are due to Jergens' authority of controlling the person because of his bonding business.
Jergens' bond is set at $100,000.