On Aug. 31, the Bensalem Township Police Special Investigations Unit responded to the Inn of the Dove for a prostitution investigation at room No. 114. Upon arrival, they discovered that Dennis Ruoff, 49, had rented the room and had two active warrants.
When police knocked on the door, Ruoff and a female looked out of the window but never answered the door. The room was secured to obtain a search warrant. A short time later, Ruoff opened the door and surrendered to police.
Upon entering the room, police discovered two adult females inside. After interviewing the females, it was discovered that Ruoff was trafficking them by giving them drugs, setting up “dates” on a website and forcing them to have sexual encounters with “johns.” According to police, Ruoff told the women that they owed him for the drugs he provided. One of the females stated that Ruoff sexually abused her.
Ruoff was transported to the Bensalem Township Police Department, where he was charged with Human Trafficking, sexual assault and related offenses. He was arraigned by District Justice Michael Gallagher and remanded to the Bucks County Correctional Facility on 10 percent of $1 million bail.