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Montgomery's prostitution stings continue

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The city of Montgomery's prostitution stings continue. This time eleven suspects have been arrested on charges of solicitation.

MPD's West Side Precinct performed a Prostitution Detail in Mobile Highway and West Edgemont Avenue areas Friday after businesses in the area complained.

The subjects arrested are identified as: 

1.  George Relff, 52 years of age from 2717 Chestnut St.

2.  Robert Hampton, 52 years of age from 620 Kruse St.

3.  Cedric Long, 26 years of age from 3365 Chapel Rd. Wetumpka.

4.  Michael Fantroy, 21 years of age from Brewton, Ala.

5.  Jose Navarro, 30 years of age from 180 Richards Dr.

6.  Aaron Houston, 28 years of age from Pontiac, Michigan

7.  Lawrence Betts, 38 years of age from 2920 Steeplechase Ln.

8.  Johnelton Cobb, 37 years of age from Union Springs, Ala.

9.  John Fletcher, 53 years of age from Little Rock, Arkansas

10. Kenyada Johnson, 23 years of age from 3092 Rita Ln.

11. Johnny Robinson, 20 years of age from 3827 S. Smiley Circle

Soliciting for Prostitution is a Class A misdemeanor punishable up to one (1) year in jail and a $6,000 fine.  The bond for each of these subjects was set at $500.

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