Here's the text of a letter I sent to the Baltimore Sun, and here's a link to the article I refer to. (Warning: the Baltimore Sun now has a New York Times-style paywall, so you only get a certain number of free page views per month.)
Dear Baltimore Sun,
I was very pleased to see your front page story today (Nov.6, "On the streets of Baltimore, a new hustle") on human trafficking in the United States. When most people think of human trafficking, they imagine third-world countries, not Baltimore Street. Thank you for doing your part to raise awareness about this very important, very relevant, and very local issue. I hope that you will continue your coverage on this important topic: for example, what is the status of the Phylicia Barnes murder case, and is anyone investigating whether she was a victim of human trafficking?