(Minneapolis, MN)  —  Anton Lazzaro will stay in jail until his trial on federal sex trafficking charges.  On Tuesday, Judge Patrick Schiltz ordered that Lazzaro remain in prison due to his alleged past behavior which includes threatening members of law enforcement and a federal prosecutor.  The former political strategist also allegedly attempted to intimidate witnesses.  Lazzaro is charged with 10 sex trafficking crimes for allegedly recruiting six minors to engage in commercial sex acts.  He has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.  Lazzaro’s next hearing is set for November 16th in the U.S. District Court.