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In 2008, after receiving on human trafficking activities, police armed with a search warrant raided a residential house at Pleasantville Subdivision in the village of Ilayang Iyam and rescued at least 14 women, three of them minors.

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Lucena ports have been identified by anti-human trafficking advocates as transit points used by syndicates engaged in the recruitment of innocent women from remote areas destined for prostitution dens in other parts of the country.Angeles Mayor Francis Nepomuceno has acknowledged the problem.“We admit having HIV cases and that prostitution may be flourishing". The RHWC treated 1,421 cases in 2005, 2,516 cases in 2006 and 6,229 cases in 2007. In 2010, CNN ran an article about a 15-year-old who began working in prostitution in a bar in the notorious fields ave, Angeles City because she needed money to support her baby.In 2005, the Philippine Information Agency reported documented cases of children as young as 10 years old forced into prostitution in Davao.Davao provinces, along with the Caraga region, have become the favorites of child traffickers posing as tourists.The Filipino government began a crackdown on the child sex industry in Pagsanjan and 23 people of varying nationalities were arrested.

Foreign child molesters take advantage of the poverty, with children often being used as sexual currency by their own parents.

Most of the sex trade around the base closed at the same time due to the loss of the GI customers.

Mayor Alfredo Lim proceeded to crack down on Manila's remaining sex industry, causing many of these businesses to relocate to Angeles City, which borders on the closed base, and was becoming a popular tourist destination especially with former GI's.

Following the raid a police spokesman, describing the suspect as "a known human trafficker and maintainer of suspected prostitutes in the locality", said that the suspected trafficker would face criminal charges for violation of Republic Act 9208." One 16-year-old child tells of her experience in Subic Bay: She was locked in a room for a month, starved and force-fed drugs and alcohol to ensure she was addicted and could be more easily controlled.

She was often beaten unconscious for refusing to have sex with customers.

The area is a favorite for foreign child molesters seeking children.