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  • Two men arrested in Baltimore Co. prostitution sting

    Two men arrested in Baltimore Co. prostitution sting
    Two men — one of them a former Temple running back who is the son of a prominent Baltimore lawyer — were charged with prostituting three underage teenagers, police said. Matthew Warren Brown, 25, son of defense attorney Warren Brown, and...
  • Documents detail Baltimore Co. prostitution sting at Woodlawn hotel

    Documents detail Baltimore Co. prostitution sting at Woodlawn hotel
    Baltimore County detectives checked advertisements on the website Backpage.com this week in a St. Patrick's Day prostitution sting that ended in the arrest of two men — one the son of a prominent Baltimore attorney — on human trafficking...
  • Online Ad Leads To Prostitution Arrest In Shelton, Police Say

    Online Ad Leads To Prostitution Arrest In Shelton, Police Say
    SHELTON — A Roxbury woman was charged with prostitution during an undercover operation Thursday, police said. Tammra Emmons, 40, also was charged with possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. She posted $1,000 bail and is...
  • N.Y. Man Charged With Sexual Assault, Promoting Prostitution In East Hartford

    N.Y. Man Charged With Sexual Assault, Promoting Prostitution In East Hartford
    EAST HARTFORD — A New York man accused of raping a woman at a Main Street hotel earlier this month appeared in Superior Court in Hartford on Tuesday, according to the court clerk's office. Jordan Anante, 24, is also accused of running a...
  • Broadcaster Bill Raftery finally to be in Final Four spotlight

    Broadcaster Bill Raftery finally to be in Final Four spotlight
    If the NCAA tournament follows its usual script, it will deliver several feel-good stories on the court in the upcoming three weeks. However, a heartwarmer also will occur at the broadcast table. After more than three decades as one of college...
  • Man accused of pimping teen girls freed from jail without having to pay bond

    Man accused of pimping teen girls freed from jail without having to pay bond
    An Oakland Park man accused of pimping teen girls out of hotels where he worked as a security guard was released from jail without having to pay bond and without having to wear an electronic ankle monitor. And he doesn't have to be in court again...
  • 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....
  • Police chief apologizes after being arrested in Dania prostitution sting

    Police chief apologizes after being arrested in Dania prostitution sting
    It wasn't just any cop who answered the online ad for the "two-girl" special. It was the top cop from the Miami Gardens Police Department, deputies say. Police Chief Stephen Edward Johnson, 53, was arrested Friday by detectives posing as escorts in...
  • 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...
  • 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...