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ELLICOTT CITY, Md Police Break Up hookup Ring 2 Arrested

Tuesday, April 1st, 2022

Police Break Up hookup Ring; 2 Arrested

POSTED: 6:34 pm EDT March 28, 2022

UPDATED: 7:28 pm EDT March 28, 2022

 

Howard County police arrested two women after officers say they broke up an illegal hookup service.Police said they began their investigation about a month ago after they received a tip.On Thursday, police raided the Sherwood Crossing apartment complex in Elkridge and said they found two female prostitutes and one male client. Nichole D. Gollubier, 36, of Bel Air, and Michelle Hyson, 35, of Rosedale, were charged with two counts each of general prostitution.

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Daily News learns of secrets from madam Kristin Davis’ little black book

Tuesday, April 1st, 2022

Friday, March 28th 2022, 4:00 AM

Joe Blow paid cash. Mr. Adams came back two dozen times. David W. canceled because his wife was looking for him.

Kristin DavisThe secrets of those men and more than 2,000 other johns are laid bare in Manhattan madam Kristin Davis‘ little black book, obtained exclusively by the Daily News.

It’s not actually a book, but a computer spreadsheet that should strike fear into the heart of any customer of Wicked Models, Maison de L’Amour or New York Body Miracle.

It logs more than $1.1 million in business and provides a rare and tantalizing glimpse into the workings of a high-priced call girl ring that attracted the rich and powerful.

There are lawyers, doctors, venture capitalists, out-of-town businessmen and even a professional poker player - successful men who thought nothing of spending $1,000 for an hour of illicit sex. (more…)

ANNE ARUNDEL CO., MD- Prostitution Ring In Apartment Complex Shut Down

Wednesday, March 5th, 2022

http://www.wusa9.com/rss/local_article.aspx?storyid=69295

 

ANNE ARUNDEL CO., Md. (WUSA) — Anne Arundel County Police say neighbors first noticed the large number of men and women going in and out of the ground floor apartment at 3403 Holly Creek Drive. Police set up surveillance at the Camden Russett Apartments in Maryland City and confirmed what residents had reported.

In court documents investigators say they also discovered websites advertising a group of women selling sex out of that apartment. Police moved in on February 25th after sending in an undercover officer who had made an appointment with one of the women.

On Wednesday police arrested 35-year-old Elizabeth Harrison. Harrison, who lives at a different building in the same complex, is described by police as one of two people who ran the operation.

Written by Dave Statter
9NEWS NOW

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Tuesday, January 1st, 2022

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Vernon CT. shelter fires former pimp who kept conviction secret

Friday, December 28th, 2022

Vernon shelter fires former pimp who kept conviction secret

VERNON - The local shelter for the homeless on Thursday fired a shift supervisor after a reporter informed its executive director that the man had been convicted of a federal prostitution-conspiracy charge, according to the man’s lawyer.

The shift supervisor - Christopher Fanning, 33, of West Hartford - had worked for Tri-Town Shelter Services for about a year, according to his lawyer, Jon L. Schoenhorn of Hartford.
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