HOOKER & HOBO PATROL Seven was the lucky number in prostitution crackdown for start of season

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Alleged Hookers and Pimps of Ocean City busted on prostitution charges May 24, 2017

HOOKER & HOBO PATROL Seven was the lucky number in prostitution crackdown for start of season

OCEAN CITY, MD – Don’t worry, the accused hookers and pimps you may have planned to meet for your upcoming Ocean City week have been processed in jail, perhaps given a dousing and a shower and have been released in order to keep any and all pending arrangements.

The Ocean City Police Department reports that law officers recently conducted a human trafficking operation in the resort town with assistance from the Worcester County Criminal Enforcement Team, the Worcester County State’s Attorney’s Office and Homeland Security Investigations.

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During the course of the operation, conducted on May 19 and 20, detectives arrested seven individuals and seized multiple electronic devices, over $650 in cash and impounded one vehicle.

Individuals arrested include:

Demetria E. Gregory, 28, of Galloway, NJ

Prostitution – general

Released on personal recognizance

Lachaye M. Hoskins, 25, of Pleasantville, NJ

Prostitution – general

Transferred to Worcester County Jail on $2,500 bond

Charles C. Lessner, 31, of Selbyville, DE

Outstanding arrest warrant for failure to appear in court

Released on personal recognizance

Randi M. Paicek, 31, of Lewes, DE

Possession of drug paraphernalia

Released on personal recognizance

Andrea L. Presock, 34, of Laurel, DE

Prostitution – general

Released on personal recognizance

Catina M. Register, 37, of Georgetown, DE

Prostitution – general

Possession of crack cocaine

Possession of drug paraphernalia

Released on personal recognizance

Baseem K. Taliaferro, 31, of Galloway, NJ

Two counts of pandering-take cause

Released after posting an unsecured bond of $20,000