By Karen Elizondo
A Minneapolis woman is facing sex trafficking and prostitution charges after two missing girls were discovered in her home, the Star Tribune reported.
Meranda Warborg, 29, was "harboring" the two teens ages 15 and 17, in her home while providing them drugs and promoting their prostitution, the Star Tribune reported.
The two teens had reportedly gone missing from their home town Eau Claire, Wis. earlier this month and poilce began investigations last week when they received a tip that the two were involved in sex trafficking, CBS Minnesota reported.
Each of the charges that face Warborg "carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and/or a $50,000 fine," CBS reported.
According to CBS, warborg has a pending criminal history including two DWI counts and two counts of patronizing a prostitute.