A Wichitan man accused in an aggravated human trafficking case has pleaded guilty to sexual exploitation of a child, according to Dan Dillon, spokesman for the Sedgwick County District Attorney’s Office.
Jaylyn Bradley entered the plea Friday in Sedgwick County District Court, Dillon said; his jury trial had been scheduled to start Monday. He will be sentenced March 26 before District Judge Bruce Brown.
Bradley was arrested Dec. 16, 2013, on suspicion of trafficking a 17-year-old. On a Wichita police incident report dated April 8 of that year, an officer reported that the teen had been “pimped out” using a website.
Bradley was 20 at the time of his arrest and charging.