~~~ Paterson sex sting nets 36 arrests ~~~~

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  1. lamont5123

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    Dumb johns will be the death of our sport.

    Protect Mongers!

    Send the dumb ones to France.
  2. Temporary123

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    Bergenfield

    Hey,

    Did anyone know the girl from B-field, I live two towns over...I would have picked her up in the safe neighborhood! Probably paid her more too!
  3. JT656

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    Sh*t for brains!!!

    Did Mr. Sh*t for brains also confess to the Linberg kidnapping???
  4. brykster

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    holy crap...what i douchebag!!
  5. moodswingingman

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    From Sunday's Bergen Record...

    "Which brings me to my next lesson...don't smoke crack." - Lawrence Taylor - N.Y Giants

    Miscue at hotel leads to arrests
    Sunday, June 25, 2006

    PARAMUS -- Six people were arrested at the Holiday Inn on Route 17 late Friday after police say a man who planned to meet a prostitute there dropped a crack vial in front of undercover officers and then confessed to being nervous because "I'm here to see a hooker."

    Detectives in plainclothes were on a routine patrol when they spotted a car parked in a remote corner of the Holiday Inn's lot around 11 p.m., said Chief Fred Corrubia. The driver, Eliezer Itkin, 34, of Rutherford, was sweaty and nervous, and dropped a vial of crack as he fumbled for identification, Corrubia said.

    That's when he told police he was en route to meet a prostitute in Room 107.

    Detective Glenn Pagano went to the room and found two women -- Isabela Silva, 32, and Gabriela Dos Santos, 28, both of Newark -- and a man, Miguel Ventura-Cima, 37, of Weehawken.

    The women offered sex for money and settled on $295 for a battery of services, Corrubia said. Pagano handed the man the cash, and all three were promptly arrested. Meanwhile, a third woman propositioned Detective Kevin Delaney, who was standing in the hallway outside. Zhao Wei, 43, of Wheaton, Ill., opened a window, tossed out a key to Room 116 and invited Delaney in. Delaney accepted, and Wei was arrested after offering to perform a sex act for money, Corrubia said.

    Shortly afterward, Detective David Lagrone noticed men were entering and exiting the room next door. He and Pagano knocked and were greeted by a fourth woman, Venus Santiago, 32, of Clifton. After she offered a more limited menu of services for $100 per customer, the detectives also placed her under arrest.

    All four women were charged with engaging in prostitution, which carries a penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. Ventura-Cima was charged with one count of promoting prostitution, with a penalty of one to three years in jail and a $1,000 fine. Itkin, who police said had eight vials of crack cocaine, was charged with possession, punishable by one to three years in jail and a $1,000 fine. All six were released overnight, police said.
  6. paulbunyon

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    .....well said Theo. The punishment for the john, and especially all the repercussions, FAR exceeds the crime.
  7. theo1

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    Clicker,
    That's the destiny of the hooker.

    The destiny of a married man playing those games could be his very own space in the Star-Ledger and a space in divorce court in the county courthouse down the road.
    Note that while a spouse might not have the stomach for that kind of action, friends, family and lawyers can get that going really well.

    One risk far exceeds the other despite the commonality ratio!

    Freaking LE people must get off on the havoc they create among the common folk.
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  8. paulbunyon

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    Follow the money!
  9. clicker2659

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    overtime..

    and the livin is easy... bustin hookers and they get back on the streets the next day or two..at another location....
  10. clubber5505

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    More prostitution arrests equals higher arrest statistics plus more revenue for the city in fines. Serious felons everywhere else must be rejoicing because of all the police attention being focused on these bullshit prostitution busts and not on them!
  11. rob load

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    Thank God for the busts...........now i can walk the streets of Paterson again!!!!!!!.............THANKS LE
  12. lamont5123

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    Absolutely ridiculous.

    What a waste of money.
  13. paulbunyon

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    Funny, funny stuff! I like it. Thats what I'm gonna start calling us!
  14. SubmissiveAngel

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  15. paulbunyon

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    I know Angel, its f-ing ridiculous. Us UG guys you know are real criminal-minded people as you can tell. We're Crime Inc. LOL!
  16. Daddycool

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    Didn't those guys lose thier car too. I thought if you got caught in paterson your car got impounded.
  17. SlickWilly

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    So That's Why They Bust John Q. Public

    "The enforcement of prostitution is an important element in reducing overall crime," said Sheriff Jerry Speziale in a statement. "Prostitution then leads to more serious crimes, usually narcotic-related."

    ...And casino gambling leads to an increase in mob-related activity, meaning The Sopranos are coming to a neighborhood near yours.
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  18. jersey

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    doublespeak

    "The operation began Friday after dark and went into the early hours of Saturday morning with more than 15 officers.

    "The enforcement of prostitution is an important element in reducing overall crime," said Sheriff Jerry Speziale in a statement. "Prostitution then leads to more serious crimes, usually narcotic-related."


    spoken in real english " the enforcement of prostitution is an important element in increasing police officers overtime"
  19. SubmissiveAngel

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    i wonder where this guy is getting his information from.
  20. moodswingingman

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    This is from Monday's Bergen Record:

    http://www.bergen.com/page.php?qstr...lRUV5eTY5NDE0MTkmeXJpcnk3ZjcxN2Y3dnFlZUVFeXkz

    Monday, May 29, 2006

    PATERSON -- Three dozen people were arrested this weekend allegedly trying to buy or sell sex during an undercover operation by Passaic County sheriff's officers, authorities said.

    The twofold raid began with male undercover agents posing as men looking for sex. Working with the Paterson Police Department, authorities arrested 15 women who they say offered to perform a sexual act for money.
    Female officers then pretended to be prostitutes, which led to the arrest of 21 men who police said tried to pay for a sexual encounter.

    "We don't want to say exactly where the operation occurred, but it was in two Paterson locations known for high trafficking in prostitution and narcotics," said Bill Maer, a spokesman for the Sheriff's Department.

    The operation began Friday after dark and went into the early hours of Saturday morning with more than 15 officers.

    "The enforcement of prostitution is an important element in reducing overall crime," said Sheriff Jerry Speziale in a statement. "Prostitution then leads to more serious crimes, usually narcotic-related."

    All those arrested were charged with either prostitution or soliciting prostitution. G******* M*****, 29, of Bloomfield was also charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school zone.

    Out of the 15 women arrested, 11 were from Paterson, two from Clifton, one from Bergenfield and one from Paramus.

    Twelve of the 21 men were from Paterson, the others were from as far away as Clintondale, N.Y., Mahwah, Morristown, Parsippany and Cliffside Park.
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