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  • Fired Judicial Marshal Faces Child Pornography Charges

    Fired Judicial Marshal Faces Child Pornography Charges
    WATERBURY — Already facing charges of promoting prostitution and shoplifting from grocery stores more than a dozen times, former state judicial marshal Michael A. Connelly appeared again Wednesday in the courthouse where he used to work, this time...
  • Former Navy civilian official charged in bribery scandal

    Former Navy civilian official charged in bribery scandal
    A former senior civilian official with the U.S. Navy on Tuesday became the ninth person charged in a bribery scandal that prosecutors say cost taxpayers $20 million. Paul Simpkins, 60, a former senior federal contracting officer, was charged with taking...
  • 19 men arrested in Lake County prostitution sting

    19 men arrested in Lake County prostitution sting
    Lake County sheriff's deputies posed as prostitutes during a recent two-day sting that resulted in the arrests of 19 men from 32 to 71 years old, according to a sheriff's office statement. The sting, which was conducted in late January in southern and...
  • Bianchi: Warren Sapp is Central Florida Hall-of-Famer and Hall-of-Shamer

    Bianchi: Warren Sapp is Central Florida Hall-of-Famer and Hall-of-Shamer
    Warren Sapp was arrested and charged with soliciting a prostitute at  a Phoenix hotel following the Super Bowl. Just wondering if the prostitute should have been arrested, too, for soliciting an intolerable, incessant, interminable jerk? Sapp was...
  • Warren Sapp arrested, charged with soliciting a prostitute after Super Bowl

    Warren Sapp arrested, charged with soliciting a prostitute after Super Bowl
    Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp was arrested and charged with soliciting a prostitute and assault in Phoenix following the Super Bowl, according to TMZSports.com and other media outlets. Sapp, who was a star at Apopka High before playing for...
  • D.A.'s sex trafficking unit shows success in putting pimps away

    D.A.'s sex trafficking unit shows success in putting pimps away
    Los Angeles County prosecutors say a new human trafficking unit has helped them get tougher on pimps. During a news conference outside her office Tuesday, Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey issued a message for gang members, who she said are increasingly ...
  • Basketball analyst Greg Anthony pleads not guilty

    Basketball analyst Greg Anthony pleads not guilty
    WASHINGTON -- Basketball analyst Greg Anthony is pleading not guilty to a charge of soliciting a prostitute. Anthony's lawyer entered the plea on his behalf during an appearance in D.C. Superior Court on Monday. Anthony, who is scheduled to return to...
  • National sex trafficking sting nets nearly 600 arrests before Super Bowl

    Law enforcement agencies in 17 states arrested nearly 600 people and rescued 68 victims of human trafficking during a sting in the lead-up to Super Bowl XLIX, police said. As part of the "National Day of Johns" sex trafficking sting, spearheaded by...
  • Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn in court on pimping charges

    Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn in court on pimping charges
    Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn faced another humiliating day in a court Monday when he appeared on charges accusing him of procuring sex workers for an international prostitution ring operating out of luxury hotels in...
  • Warren Sapp arrested in post-Super Bowl assault, fired by NFL Network

    Warren Sapp arrested in post-Super Bowl assault, fired by NFL Network
    Warren Sapp, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and network analyst, was arrested on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute and assault at a downtown Phoenix hotel just hours after Super Bowl XLIX, a law enforcement official told the Los Angeles Times....
  • Whodunnit? Regulators find crime, but never any criminals

    For years, society has struggled with the question of how to justly punish what are called "victimless crimes," even though these activities shock and disgust most decent people. You know: prostitution, illegal gambling, recreational drug use, and the...