Two Tennessee men have been charged with human trafficking in Knox County.

Kejuan J. Chapman 38, and Zachery Felton, 33, were identified as potential traffickers during the human trafficking operation and were arrested on Feb. 1, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

The duo was arrested and charged for trafficking women for prostitution. TBI said agents worked with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office to conduct the undercover human trafficking operation last week, the release said, to identify people looking to "engage in commercial sex acts with females under the age of 18."

Chapman is charged with one count of Promoting Prostitution and Driving on a Suspended License and was booked into the Knox County Jail on a $3,000 bond. Felton is charged with one count of Promoting Prostitution, and he was booked into the Knox County Jail on a $2,000 bond.