Discussion in 'Tennessee / Kentucky / Mississippi / Alabama' started by Alabama, Apr 13, 2007.
And Their Pics Are There!! Heffers!!
WOW!!! 15 each. OMG!! Thats yucky! I get 2/hr.
$15 each. Must have been some fuglies. Were there pics attached?
Mother Daughter Tandem busted
FORT PAYNE, Ala. -- A 62-year-old grandmother arrested in a prostitution sting in Fort Payne has begun serving a two month jail sentence.
Last night, a Fort Payne municipal judge sentenced Mary Clark Duncan to 180 days, but suspended all but 60 days of the jail term.
Duncan's daughter, Theresa Duncan, was also arrested August first.
The mother and daughter were arrested Aug. 1, after they allegedly both agreed to have sex with an undercover officer for $30 -- at $15 each.
Fort Payne Police Chief David Walker said the sting was carried out after his office received several tips that the women were engaged in illicit activities.
“Prostitution is not something we see a lot of in the Fort Payne area,” Walker told The Times-****nal. “However, we are glad that something of this nature was brought to our attention, and were able to put an end to this operation.”
Walker said the majority of the Duncan’s clientele was believed to be Hispanics.
There were two men at the home at the time of the arrest, including Teresa Duncan’s estranged husband and Mary Duncan’s son. No charges have been filed against the men, Walker said, according to The Times-****nal.
Copyright 2007 by WSBTV.com.
Keeping the South Central updated for Sweet Home...
Spa shut down, 3 charged with prostitution
Fri, Apr 13, 2007, 1:11
Homewood police have shut down a spa on Green Springs Highway and charged three women who worked there with various offenses, including prostitution.
Myong Grayson, 41; Yong Cruse, 50; and Insuk Harrington, 49, were arrested about 4 p.m. Wednesday at Sun Aroma Spa, 32 Green Springs Highway.
Harrington and Grayson are charged with soliciting prostitution, running a business without a license and performing massage without a license, said Homewood police Sgt. Ken Atkinson. Cruse, who lived at the spa, is charged with running a business without a license, performing massage without a license and residing in a house of prostitution, Atkinson said.
All charges are misdemeanors. The three women were released after posting bond, Atkinson said.
Homewood police started working the case after receiving several complaints of illegal activities, particularly related to prostitution, officials said. Birmingham police assisted in the case.
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