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The illegal sex industry is indirectly connected to other crimes, including drug distribution, robbery and trespassing, said Officer David Hartman, police spokesman. The hope is the arrestees will take advantage of social service programs offered through the courts instead of going back to the streets only to be arrested again, Johnson said. Narcotics Unit Sgt. Craig Dixon gave praise to the officers and detectives involved in the operation. The detectives and officers were on-point.
They represented our department well," he said. Hartman warned that johns — those who pay for prostitution services — will be next on the police radar. To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit these required items to arrestreports patch.
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