Founder of OKC Animal Home Health Care Arrested for Human Sex Trafficking

5/14/2016 - OKC, OK -- You heard it here first! A woman who founded a home health care business for animals in Oklahoma City has been arrested, along with a female teen, on charges they were engaging in prostitution and the human sex trafficking of a juvenile female.

JohnTV first brought you this as 'breaking news' on Thursday after we were alerted that two women had been booked into the Oklahoma County Jail earlier that same day on trafficking charges. The women were identified as 18-year-old Jame Fabiola Reyes of Cyril, Oklahoma and 25-year-old Shuntoya May Miller of OKC. 

Through JohnTV's own investigation, we learned that Miller is the founder and CEO of JBPRS. 

According to their website, JBPRS provides "quality home healthcare for pets who are in the process of recovering from injury or illness, and or needing assistance to enhance their physical and nutritional health ... JBPRS is the only company in the United States that offers home health care and hospice for animals..."

Miller, who uses the name Shuntoya Johnson on JBPRS's website and marketing materials, promotes herself as a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP) and a member of the Oklahoma Association for Home Care and Hospice with over 10 years of experience in the rehabilitation of small animals."

JBPRS' Twitter page, where they promote "We Come to You!"

JBPRS' Twitter page, where they promote "We Come to You!"

According to Miller/Johnson's social media profile, she started school at Oklahoma State University this past November.

Also according to Miller/Johnson's Facebook page, she founded JBPRS in March of 2014.

Below is a publicly posted photo of Miller/Johnson attending an event on behalf of JBPRS late last year.

Shuntoya Johnson/Miller as posted publicly to Facebook.

Shuntoya Johnson/Miller as posted publicly to Facebook.

A recently filed probable cause affidavit sheds additional light on Miller and Reyes' arrest for human sex trafficking.

Late last Wednesday evening, an undercover officer with the Oklahoma City Vice Unit responded to an ad posted to Backpage.com (see actual ad below).

Backpage.com 'escort' ad, depicting defendant Jame Reyes, that led to Reyes' and Miller's arrest.

Backpage.com 'escort' ad, depicting defendant Jame Reyes, that led to Reyes' and Miller's arrest.

The officer was instructed to go to room 239 of the Budget Inn on NW 39th Expressway near N. Tulsa Ave. 

When the undercover officer entered the motel room he was greeted by Reyes and another female.

The females negotiated a rate of $200 to have sexual intercourse with the undercover officer. The officer then gave the takedown signal and additional officers entered the motel room and took the two women into custody.

While being processed it was learned that the unnamed female was a juvenile.

Officers also located Miller, sitting in a silver Kia SUV, and detained her after it appeared she was acting as a lookout for Reyes and the younger girl.

Officers then learned that Miller had rented the motel Reyes and the juvenile were prostituting out of and was to receive proceeds from the women's prostitution efforts.

Reyes and Miller were taken into custody and transported to the Oklahoma County Jail.

Reyes was booked into jail on complaints of human trafficking, offering to engage in prostitution and felony computer crimes. Miller was booked into jail on complaints of human trafficking, aiding and abetting prostitution, pandering and felony computer crimes.

No information was provided as to how the juvenile was processed. However, it has been JohnTV's experience that juveniles are often transported to a local shelter.

As of this posting, Reyes is still being held in the Oklahoma County Jail without bond.

Miller is also still in custody - her bond has been set at $84,500.

No prior adult criminal record could be found for Reyes. However, a victim's protective order was filed against Reyes in Feb. of this year in Oklahoma County. In that petition, an individual claimed that Reyes was threatening the petitioner, driving by their residence, vandalized their property and attempted to gain entry into the petitioner's residence , "looking for my son."

The protective order was dismissed in March when both parties failed to appear in court.

Miller currently has an active felony case in Oklahoma County for cocaine trafficking and possession of an offensive weapon while committing a felony.

Formal criminal charges have yet to be filed against Reyes or Miller on this latest arrest.

Jail paperwork shows Miller gave a home address in the 1100 block of NE 14th in OKC, OK 73111.

JohnTV will continue to follow this case.

UPDATE: Both Miller and Reyes were formally charged in Oklahoma County on May 20, 2016.