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Oklahoma's Most Wanted: Zhenyia Berry

Zhenyia Berry, 20, is wanted on a warrant out of Oklahoma County on a complaint of human trafficking, kidnapping and conspiracy to commit a felony. (Oklahoma County Jail)

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Zhenyia Berry, 20, is wanted on a warrant out of Oklahoma County on a complaint of human trafficking, kidnapping and conspiracy to commit a felony.

"What we're talking about, back in October, a victim, a female victim ran away, went to police and told them that this Zhenyia and another individual were holding her against her will," said Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office spokesperson, Mark Opgrande.

Court documents show Berry and Izavia Smith held the victim against her will in Forth Worth, Texas, bringing her to Oklahoma City, forcing her into prostitution. Documents show Smith told the victim she's going to make him $500. She was taken to Newport Apartments and the Budget Inn near NW 39th St.

"The victim is saying that Zhenyia, the suspect in this case had an active roll in this case," Opgrande said. "She says she was actively holding her against her will."

Documents show Berry took the victim's phone so she couldn't make any phone calls. Berry then used her own phone to post pictures of the victim on certain websites, advertising sexual acts for money.

Opgrande said Berry is no stranger to law enforcement.

"Back when she was 16, she was booked in here. I believe it was for armed robbery or robbery. She was charged as an adult, but she was 16-years-old," said Opgrande.

Smith sits in jail on a $350,000 bond for this case. Deputies said they have reached out to Berry's family, but still no leads.

Berry is described as having black hair and brown eyes. She stands 5-feet tall and weighs around 102 pounds. Her bond is set at $150,000.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office at 405-713-1968.

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