This article was last modified on January 13, 2018.

Jaboree Williams, the Pimp From Hell

Jaboree Williams was born March 18, 1986.

June 26, 2003: Arrested for stealing a car.

August 14, 2003: Arrested for disorderly conduct and bail jumping in Milwaukee. He was sentenced to 18 months in state prison.

August 28, 2004: Arrested in Milwaukee for obstructing justice.

February 10, 2005: Arrested in Milwaukee for possessing THC.

September 29, 2005: Arrested in Milwaukee for possessing THC. Had his license suspended six months and sentenced to 10 days in the House of Correction.

January 21, 2007: Arrested in Milwaukee for battery.

March 17, 2007: Arrested in Milwaukee for battery and bail jumping.

April 1, 2007: Arrested or bail jumping.

April 18, 2007: Arrested in Milwaukee for bail jumping.

August 13, 2007: Arrested in Milwaukee for disorderly conduct. Sentenced to 90 days in the House of Correction.

November 2, 2007: Arrested in Waukesha for driving without a license.

February 23, 2008: Arrested in Milwaukee for pandering (pimping). Three days later, arrested in Waukesha for bail jumping. Sentenced to 8 months in the House of Correction.

April 27, 2010: Arrested in Waukesha for driving without a license (third offense).

December 17, 2010: Arrested in Milwaukee for carrying a firearm after a felony conviction.

October 31, 2011: Arrested for armed robbery in Oshkosh and sentenced to three years in state prison.

Williams was off the streets from April 2012 until October 2014 as he served time in prison for an armed robbery charge. When he was released, he requested his extended supervision be transferred to Illinois, which was granted.

The family of one victim called police in January 2015 after she was taken from her house. When police found the woman, she told them Williams wouldn’t let her leave, used force to keep her under his control and always found her whenever she tried to escape. She said he took her to multiple states, prostituting her by placing ads online and threatened to kill her family if she left him. Once in Indianapolis, he became enraged, took her ID, credit cards and cellphones. She tried to stop him and he punched her in the face before fleeing.

Jaboree Williams was arrested on drug charges (having someone else’s prescription) in Oshkosh on July 5, 2015, and then indicted in Milwaukee federal court in 2016.

Williams was recorded on a jail call in March 2016 telling a potential witness to hide letters and phones. Two months later, he was recorded chastising another witness who said she spoke to law enforcement. Williams said he had prepared her for this, she should have stood strong and that he was disappointed in her. Later that day, after the witness said investigators asked about his phones, Williams told her to ‘trash’ them.

Williams went to trial in August 2017 on 18 charges and was found guilty after the jury heard several women testify how he enticed, coerced or defrauded them into prostitution in 2015 that took place in several states, and as far away as Washington, D.C., and Georgia, and always on a schedule that allowed Williams to be back in Illinois in time to meet his probation officer. He was serving probation for an armed robbery conviction.

As in virtually all such cases, the victims said they were advertised on, and forced to give all the proceeds from their “dates” to Williams, who would beat them severely for violating any of his rules and directions.

“Jaboree Williams not only subjected his victims to extraordinary levels of violence and brutality but also attempted to use threats of additional violence to intimidate witnesses and obstruct this investigation,” said U.S. Attorney Gregory Haanstad in a prepared statement.

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