Man complains over prostitute theft
LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) - April 5, 2011 (WPVI) -- Police say a central Pennsylvania man called police after he gave a prostitute $25 but didn't get what he'd paid for.
Lancaster police say the unidentified man contacted their department Thursday to complain that a prostitute had taken the money and left.
When officers arrived at the scene they told the man he could be prosecuted for his actions. Police say the man then decided he would prefer police not investigate further.
Lt. Todd Umstead tells the Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era that the department had received a similar complaint in the past.
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