Nine people were taken into custody at in Oconee County Thursday, charged with pandering and prostitution following an undercover investigation by the and Barrow County Sheriff's Office. Undercover deputies placed multiple for solicitation on the free classified website Back. Plans for the operation had been in the works for about two months, he said.
The Sheriff's Office was already aware of Back to a limited degree, but after a recent incident where a Jefferson by a woman he met on the website, deputies "refocused efforts on it," Berry said. A into the Gwinnett County Jail earlier in the month, accused of using the website for prostitution.
The oconee county sheriff's office and the barrow county sheriff's office thursday conducted a t undercover operation using ikeya.info
Berry said he was surprised by the frequency of the calls and the of arrests. Within five minutes of placing thethere were responses, he said. The operation had to be shut down for a few minutes in order to transport those six prisoners to the truck, Berry said. The district's attorney's office was consulted ahead of time, and in all of the cases where an arrest was made, there was an item of value exchanged for an agreed-upon sex act, he said.
One man who showed up wasn't charged because his actions didn't meet the elements of the crime, Prostitutes in athens georgia said.
Thorp, 26, of Athens; Rodney J. Megan A. Beeman, 23, of Lawrenceville, was charged with prostitution. Undercover deputies are often shared between counties on a variety of cases, he said, but using deputies from out of town was especially necessary in this case so they wouldn't be recognized.
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