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Youngstown man rejects plea offer in human trafficking case

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -

A Youngstown man facing human trafficking charges rejected a plea offer Wednesday morning and will head to trial on Monday.

David Kalna faces two felony charges for human trafficking as well as one felony charge for compelling prostitution, which together carry a maximum sentence of 33 years in prison.

The plea offer was for 13 years in prison.

Kalna is accused of allegedly trafficking a 15-year old girl and accepting money from a man who had sex with her against her will.

The trial will begin in judge R. Scott Krichbaum's court Monday, July 16th at 8:30 a.m.

A co-defendant, in this case, is still at-large.

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