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SLIDESHOW: Princeton prostitution sting nets 12 arrests

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PRINCETON (WVVA) - A crackdown on prostitution in Princeton has resulted in 12 arrests this month.

Lt. J.W. Howell says 9 females were arrested in a June 14 sting. They are:

  • Jessica White, 28
  • Tammy Lawrence-Redden, 49
  • Jennifer McCall, 24
  • Brandi Johnston, 25
  • Rita Cooper, 50
  • Shelva Conley, 25
  • Nakesha Cabbell, 21
  • Chelcie Baker, 23
  • Tera Williams, 30

All the female suspects are listed as Princeton residents.

In addition, three males were arrested and charged with soliciting during a sting held June 4-5.

  • Jonnie Pierce, 58, of Chatham Va.
  • Douglas Hess, 65, Princeton
  • Warren Reed, 51, Rockview

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