A man described in a criminal complaint as “low-functioning” was forced into prostitution by his former roommate, according to the charges. Investigators learned of the situation while investigating Shawna M. Baxter, 28, of Nichols, in another case in which she is accused of harboring juvenile runaways, providing them with methamphetamine and at times injecting them with the drug, according to a criminal complaint. She was charged last week with receiving compensation for human trafficking and facilitating pandering. Baxter was ordered held on a $25,000 cash bond and a preliminary hearing was set for this week. She is charged in the case involving the juvenile runaways with two counts of second-degree recklessly endangering safety, three counts of child enticement by giving or selling drugs, and three counts of intentionally contributing to the delinquency of a child, according to court records. A plea hearing is scheduled in that case for May 21.