32 Arrested in Undercover Sting

32 Arrested in Undercover Sting

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On July 25 and 26, 2013, MCSENT (Mobile County Street Enforcement Narcotics Team) and Mobile Police Narcotics and Vice Unit conducted a citywide "Prostitution Sweep" operation.  During the operation, Mobile Police Department used undercover officers to find people engaged in a variety of illegal activities. 

In this operation, police were able to arrest 32 people resulting in 33 misdemeanors. 

Thursday, July 25, 2013

 

Saint Stephens @ Idell

 

  1. Lashaunda Hamilton
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

Three Notch @ Quimby

 

  1. Harley Ezell
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

Highway 90 @ Inn Road

 

  1.  Tashera Islar
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 Jontel Young

  1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

I-65 Service Road @ Airport

 

  1. Lana Briley
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Janell Smith
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M
    2. Possession of Marijuana 2nd –M

 

  1. Regina Panganiban
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Marqueshia Baker
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Jessica Hayes
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Evangelina Ursino
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

Live Oak @ Pecan

 

  1. Badie Dixon
    1. Loitering for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

Adams @ Cuba

 

  1.  Tammy Phillips
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

Gaston @ Adams

 

  1. Tywanda Moffett
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Loreta Marshall  
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

Lyons @ Gaston

 

  1. Neemi Perkins  
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Brittany May
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

  1. Yvette Jackson
    1. Soliciting for the Purpose of Prostitution-M

 

 

Friday, July 26, 2013

 

Palmetto @ Broad

 

  1. Dana Crawford
  1. Loitering for Prostitution-M

 

  1. Derrick Butler
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

Broad @ New Jersey

 

  1. Jerrod King
    1. Loitering for Prostitution-M

 

Springhill @ Hallett

 

  1. Cleveland Whitfield
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

  1. Calvin Williams
    1. Loitering for Prostitution-M

 

  1.  William Napier
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

  1. James Campbell
    1. Loitering for Prostitution-M

 

Government @ Morgan

 

  1. Fredrick Crenshaw
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

Hwy. 90 @ Bellingrath

 

  1. Jerrel Williams
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

  1. Reginald Jones
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

  1. Miguel Jones
    1. Loitering for Prostitution-M

 

  1. Zachery Alston
    1. Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

  1. Greg Duncan
    1. Loitering for Prostitution-M

 

  1. Khamyarb Xaiyavone

            a.   Patronizing a Prostitute-M

 

 

 

 

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