Baby-faced man accused of being pimp: Mounties

Nicholas Boscoe, 18, of B.C. is wanted by the RCMP after he was charged with procurement. Boscoe,...

Nicholas Boscoe, 18, of B.C. is wanted by the RCMP after he was charged with procurement. Boscoe, who is also known as Nicholas Van Diest, is accused of working with another man to convince two teen girls to become prostitutes. Police issued a release about the warrant on Tuesday, March 11, 2014. (Photo: RCMP/Handout/QMI Agency)

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An 18-year-old baby-faced B.C. man accused of working with another man to recruit two teen girls to become prostitutes, and police have issued a warrant for his arrest.

Nicholas Boscoe, who is also known as Nicholas Van Diest, was initially detained by police following a car crash on Jan. 29 in Surrey, B.C.

Police say Boscoe was with 22-year-old David Kevin May and an alleged prostitution victim at the time of the crash. During the investigation into the crash, "details were disclosed" to police about the alleged prostitution.

RCMP said two girls were lured into prostitution, with one of the girls being promised money and "other incentives." Police did not give the exact ages of the girls.

May appeared in court March 6 and remains in custody.

"The courts have issued a warrant for Boscoe's arrest, and police are asking for the public's assistance in locating him," the Mounties said in a release Tuesday.

May and Boscoe have been charged with procurement.


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