Internet prostitution sting brings 4 arrests in Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA - April 26, 2013 (WPVI) -- Philadelphia Police say an undercover crackdown on internet prostitution has led to four arrests.
Over the course of 3 days, the department's City Wide Vice Enforcement Unit placed ads on a personal services website advertising the services of uncover female police officers posing as prostitutes.
The undercover officers agreed to meet several men at a hotel in Center Center Philadelphia on Thursday, and when the men arrived they were arrested.
Charged with Patronizing a Prostitute and Solicitation are:
philadelphia, prostitution, local/state
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