BROOKLYN - The Brooklyn district attorney announced today the indictments of two Brooklyn residents in connection with the alleged sex trafficking of two teenage girls.

The men, Arctic "Scooby Da Don" Rogers and Treymaine "Trey" Songster, allegedly forced the girls, aged 15 and 17, to have sex for money, as well as advertise services on Craigslist.

The district attorney's office says one of the teen's sisters called the new sex trafficking hotline to alert them of the alleged crimes.

The Brooklyn district attorney launched the sex trafficking unit last year. The campaign features flyers, posters, public service announcements and a 24-hour hotline urging people to come forward.