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MUGSHOTS: CPD conduct prostitution sting

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - Police have arrested 15 people in connection to a prostitution sting.

According to Chattanooga Police, the sting targeted internet based prostitution. The sting took place on October 6th and 7th.

These suspects should be considered innocent unless proven guilty.

Arrested were:

 

PROSTITUTION WITHIN 1.5 MILES OF A SCHOOL

  • Amber Gaston, 27
  • Jessica Holiday, 24
  • Lolita Lawrence, 43

 

PROSTITUTION WITHIN 1.5 MILES OF A SCHOOL AND POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA

  • Jade Perkins, 24

 

PROSTITUTION WITHIN 1.5 MILES OF A SCHOOL AND PROMOTING PROSTITUTION

  • Angel Montigny, 22

 

PROMOTING PROSTITUTION WITHIN 1.5 MILES OF A SCHOOL

  • Donald Calhoun, 50
  • Mark Farmer, 49

 

PATRONIZING PROSTITUTION WITHIN 1.5 MILES OF A SCHOOL

  • Lanny Cooper, 61
  • Brandon Hudgins, 25
  • Dale Arthur Klause, 62
  • Josh Lattimer, 26
  • Terry Ray, 46
  • Kent Robbins, 37
  • David Williams, 55
  • Don Ziegler, 37

 

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