Arrests in Craigslist prostitution ring

Discussion in 'New York' started by Al Kikuras, Jun 8, 2006.

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  1. justlooking

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    I wasn't aware that the Nassau County Police had a big role in the Iraqi war.
  2. Tall New Yorker

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    My guess is Osama doesn't post in the Erotic section of CL.
  3. BlueNewMoon

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    Once the intelligence pros have read and analyzed this board, black choppers will reduce Westbury's Red Roof Inn to a heap of ashes.
  4. Traderdave

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    Now you know what "HOMELAND SECURITY" is doing!
  5. CarmineS

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    How about they worry about that war in Iraq instead of mongering?
  6. vermeer

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    i love it!!
  7. SlickWilly

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    yes, chief dick is on the job, making hotels safe for johns and pros.
  8. al900

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    I know that I will sleep better at night with this dick on the job looking for harmless women
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    Deputy Chief Richard McGuire issued a warning.

    “We will be monitoring and examining this Web site and any other Web site that promotes or advertises illegal behavior,” McGuire said.
  10. Al Kikuras

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    NEW YORK, June 8 (UPI) -- Advertising sex for sale on the Craigslist.com online classified site has led to the arrest of five people from New York, Georgia and Florida.

    Detectives from Nassau County, N.Y., spotted the ad and arrested four women and a man in the past two days, Newsday reported Thursday.

    One 21-year-old woman had her 4-year-old daughter with her when she was arrested at a motel, and in addition to prostitution, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child.

    One of the women was from Georgia and two others had addresses in Miami Beach and Orlando, Fla., Newsday said.