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Posted at 6:39 AM ET, 11/25/2010

Solicitation charges after man complains about prostitutes

By Washington Post Editors

A Columbia, Mo., man was arrested after complaining to police that two prostitutes didn't give him the services he'd bargained for, according to this report:

McNames requested that the officer contact the women and get them to return at least $40 for an incomplete transaction. He told the officer he knew it was illegal but that he had made similar transactions before.
McNames was arrested on suspicion of patronizing prostitution and released from the Boone County Jail after posting a $500 bond.

Read the full story on the Columbia Tribune web site.

By Washington Post Editors  | November 25, 2010; 6:39 AM ET
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