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Oklahoma police make arrests in prostitution case


Law enforcement has made arrests as part of a long-term prostitution investigation. With the assistance of the Edmond Police Department, Oklahoma City police say they have made several arrests in Oklahoma City and Edmond. The most recent arrests took place Feb. 10 at a home near Danforth Road and Santa Fe Avenue in Edmond. An undercover officer said he had visited the house a week earlier after booking an appointment online for a half-hour meeting with a female escort, according to a police report. He said he met the woman and paid her $200. Police said another man was also inside the house. The officer said in the report that he let the encounter progress to a point where the intentions were clear. He then left. Police said the investigation began last summer. Dillon Quirk, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. “So we worked on those tips, and eventually we were able to execute search warrants at those residences and arrest them.” Police said they didn’t just arrest suspected prostitutes. They also arrested men who authorities say lived in the houses, carried money earned from tours, and controlled the activities inside.

Law enforcement has made arrests as part of a lengthy investigation into prostitution.

With the help of the Edmond Police Department, Oklahoma City police said they made multiple arrests in Oklahoma City and Edmond. The most recent arrests took place Feb. 10 at a home near Danforth Road and Santa Fe Avenue in Edmond.

An undercover officer said he had gone to the house a week earlier after booking an appointment online for a half-hour date with a female escort, according to a police report . He said he met the woman and paid her $200.

Police said another man was also inside the house.

The officer said in the report that he let the encounter progress to a point where the intentions were clear. He then left.

Police said the investigation began last summer.

“We worked with the help of the public saying, ‘Hey, we’ve got a lot of traffic in this residence,'” said Sgt. Dillon Quirk, with the Oklahoma City Police Department. “So we worked on those tips, and eventually we were able to execute search warrants at those residences and make arrests.”

The police said they arrested not only the suspected prostitutes. They also arrested men who authorities say lived in the houses, carried money earned from tours, and controlled the activities inside.

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