A woman accused of forcing six migrants to do manual labor for low wages is in custody. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar says deputies arrested 52-year-old Rosita Lira on Wednesday on six counts of human trafficking. An undercover investigator reportedly caught Lira in the act. Six young men, at least three of them from Venezuela, told deputies they were forced to work long hours and were collectively paid about 100-dollars for a week's work. The migrants are in a shelter and aren't facing charges.