A Wisconsin man charged in connection to a prostitution case enters his plea in federal court.31-year-old Levell Durr pleaded not guilty to the federal charge of coercion and enticement.
He also forfeited three cell phones, a GPS and over $2400 in cash which are alleged to have been used in connection with the crimes.
Durr is charged with knowingly enticing or coercing a woman to engage in prostitution.
A federal court document alleges the incidents happened between May 1st and June 9th of this year.
During an earlier court appearance an FBI special agent testified that a woman said she was drugged and taken from Chicago to North Dakota.
Judge Charles Miller set Durr's trial date for September 16th in Bismarck.