Prostitution sting operation nets 75 arrests

Feb 5, 2008 Read more: NBC 15 Online 11

Dozens of people have been arrested on charges related to prostitution during a sting operation conducted by law enforcement officials in Baldwin County. via NBC 15 Online

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ALABAMA VOL

Foley, AL

#1 Feb 5, 2008
and this is supposed to keep me from voting AGAINST Jo Bonner? HA! Did these people actually solicit for sex or were they entrapped by the "escort", even though we know that most of these are fronts for sex. Meanwhile the likes of our people in charge of things here in Baldwin County, along with people like Clarence Burke, who have been screwing us all without escorting any of us anywhere but to the voting booth, are all still running free.

“Making it Right”

Since: Jun 08

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#3 Jun 5, 2008
Don't you feel just that much safer that our police department is spending time and money arresting people they could simply warn. I guess ruining someones life to the point of suicide is good enough. Another job well done Barneys.
Michelle

Foley, AL

#4 Jul 7, 2008
Wow what a great place to live. I can't believe Baldwin County would actually let this out in the news. Most of the time they just sweep crime under the rug so that the tourist don't know that bad things happen here too.
They are so worried about people having sex then why can't they do something about all of the drugs/drug dealers down here.
Imangttia

Foley, AL

#5 Jul 8, 2008
"They are so worried about people having sex then why can't they do something about all of the drugs/drug dealers down here."

Why don't they make developers put up a bond to cover the expense of running City water and sewer lines to new developments so that if the developer leaves town before the development is completed, the taxpayers won't have to pay for utility lines that are not bringing in any revenue?
guitar picker

Foley, AL

#6 Jul 8, 2008
Imangttia wrote:
"They are so worried about Why don't they make developers put up a bond to cover the expense of running City water and sewer lines to new developments so that if the developer leaves town before the development is completed, the taxpayers won't have to pay for utility lines that are not bringing in any revenue?
Well, because they are DEVELOPERS and they just don't do such a thing, because after all, they are providing such a service to the community already. By the way, would you like some ocean front property in Arizona?
Public servant

Madison, AL

#7 Jul 16, 2008
ALABAMA VOL wrote:
and this is supposed to keep me from voting AGAINST Jo Bonner? HA! Did these people actually solicit for sex or were they entrapped by the "escort", even though we know that most of these are fronts for sex. Meanwhile the likes of our people in charge of things here in Baldwin County, along with people like Clarence Burke, who have been screwing us all without escorting any of us anywhere but to the voting booth, are all still running free.
If the person arrested instigated the soliciting of sex from an undercover officer, there is no entrapment. It's black letter law in Alabama. There is no gray area here.
heather

Knoxville, TN

#8 Aug 26, 2008
i dont live in the area but i think what the law is doing is a good thing.i recently found a mugshot of my mother for prostitution. although its embarrasing i think that they all get what they deserve.she was the oldest out of them all and should of known better. and its sad when not only are they soliciting but they get cought with drugs as well. i have two kids myself and i wouldnt want that trash in my community either.
alabama vol

Foley, AL

#9 Aug 26, 2008
Question is who is worse, the prostitutes or the politicians; oh I forgot they are one and the same, and in the long run one probably gets screwed more from the politicians than the prostitutes - unfortunately it's no laughing matter.
Belial

Mobile, AL

#10 Aug 29, 2008
Is there anywhere to see pics of the prostitues or Johns? Just wondering if the girls were hot.
NoBody

Cypress, TX

#11 Aug 29, 2008
Belial, They weren't.

Abideth, you know the saying, "guns don't kill people, people kill people"? Well, crime is crime. The cops enforcing the law aren't ruining anyone's lives, the CRIMINAL commiting the crime is ruining his/her owm life and usually someone's they love.
Belial

Mobile, AL

#12 Sep 2, 2008
I like to think of "ruining someones life to the point of suicide" as population control. Don't you know P.E.T.A. just loves for there to be less humans.("Animals are just as if not more important as humans.") Yeah, right. I hate people that think this way.
Moreover the suicide part was already probable it just needed a trigger. I have read that it is a genetic sort of thing.

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