Prostitution charges after police call
Two Ohio women were arrested after one called police to a hotel room under false pretenses, then asking them to investigate a customer's nonpayment for sex, according to this report:
When the woman summoned officers to a Camp Washington motel on Monday night, she told them to get there fast because hostages were being held at gunpoint, according to Hamilton County court records.
But when police arrived, they arrested two women on prostitution charges.
Read the full story on the Cincinnati.com web site.
The fees from dealerships in New York City were supposed to be forwarded to the state Department of Motor Vehicles.
DMV officials investigated and referred the case to prosecutors after discovering Fox had stopped making the payments.
Soares says Thursday that Fox pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree grand larceny.
He faces five to 15 years in state prison when he’s sentenced in December and must return the stolen money to the state.
-- The Associated Press
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