During a raid on the Long Island home of an alleged pimp, cops recovered a handwritten list of ten management rules to follow when turning women out on the street, investigators report.
In announcing the arrest of eight defendants for their alleged roles in a prostitution and heroin ring, Suffolk County prosecutors released a copy of “Rule’s 2 Da game of Hoez!!!”
The list, which investigators allege was prepared by Steven McDaniel, was recovered from the Coram home he shares with Sandra Russell. McDaniel, 29, and Russell, 26, were allegedly the ringleaders of the narcotics operation.
Additionally, Russell has been accused of running the prostitution ring from her residence, where she paid hookers in heroin, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota.
The “Hoez” rules was a “document from Steven McDaniel outlining for Russell his management advice on the operation of a prostituton business,” added Spota.
Rules cited in the list include:
* “Make sure you own there mind’s, body’s, and souls,” the lists notes.
* No matter how much you like or care for 1 or any of them, don’t trust none of them.”
* Make them understand that you don’t need them they need you, and they are replaceable.”
“Follow these rule’s,” the list concludes, “and you should b Gucci.”
Two 15-year-old girls have been arrested and Ottowa police are hunting for a 17-year-old girl accused of forcing other teens into prostitution.
Police said that they were laying charges of human trafficking, procuring, forcible confinement and sexual assault after a number of teen girls, between the ages of 13 and 17 were lured to a residence in late May and early June only to be abducted and delivered up to adult clients.
The most astounding aspect of the case is that the three chief suspects are all teen girls themselves.
The two 15-year-olds face almost a dozen charges. The third suspect is the wanted 17-year-old.
Staff Sgt. John McGetrick said police believe the trio were not acting on behalf of an adult organizer, but committed the alleged crimes on their own initiative.
“It’s shocking, quite frankly,” McGetrick said. “We asked the RCMP, who take the lead on human-trafficking, and they didn’t know of any similar case in Canada.”
The Ottawa Police Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Section investigated three incidents in late May and early June in which individual female victims were asked to meet at the Walkley Road residence “for social reasons” before being driven to other parts of Ottawa and forced into sex acts.
Investigators found connections between the three incidents, McGetrick said, and quickly identified the three suspects.
The two minors now in custody were arrested on June 8 and June 9 and face almost a dozen charges each, which also include abduction and robbery, assault and uttering threats.
One of the accused is further charged with administering a noxious substance.
They can’t be named because of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, but McGetrick said the department may apply to release more information in the future.
Regardless of their age, he said, they would be brought to justice.
“The actions that lead to the offence are the same whether you’re 12 or 60,” McGetrick said. “It’s still an offence, and they still need to be held accountable.”
Charges against the johns may follow, McGetrick said, but the investigation has not yet reached that point.
Natasha Albert has been living in the 2400 Block of Walkley Road for the past 19 years. Albert had initially assumed one of the accused minors was in trouble with the police because of a petty crime.
She was shocked to hear the arrest had to do with an alleged prostitution ring — one based out of her neighbourhood.
“This is insane,” said Albert. “I cannot believe that such young girls would be the ones responsible for something like this.”
She said she did not know the girls well, but had seen them in the neighbourhood before. She was extremely surprised by the idea that they might be capable of the alleged crimes.
New York State police in Nassau County have arrested 45-year-old Catherine Scalia after detectives say she was offering up more than kraut and relish from her roadside hot dog truck.
Scalia, of East Rockaway, was arrested after police said that she offered to engage in sexual conduct at her home with an undercover detective in return for money.
The undercover cop bought two hot dogs from her truck parked near Sunrise Highway in Baldwin, N.Y. The cop also noticed suggestive business cards offering services you don’t usually get from a food vendor.
According to officials, Scalia would inform customers to respond to her home where she would perform assorted sexual acts in exchange for money.
“The agreed amount was about $100 and then to further engage in an additional sex act — it was another $50,” said Nassau County Detective Lt. Kevin Smith said.
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Adrian Baltierra, a 51-year-old Florida man was jailed on Thursday after he allegedly approached an undercover officer and offered $15 to smell her “pussy.”
According to Bradenton Police, officers were conducting a prostitution sting operation when Baltierra approached a female officer dressed as a prostitute and struck up a conversation with her.
Investigators say Baltierra told the officer that he had a strong desire to “smell pussy” and subsequently offered her $15 to get a good sniff of her vagina. Vice officers converged on the scene moments later and took Baltierra into custody.
Baltierra was booked into the Manatee County Jail and charged with solicitation of prostitution.
A woman in Burbank, Los Angeles was arrested after she offered sexual favors in exchange for chicken McNuggets.
Khadijah Baseer of reportedly opened customers’ car doors in the drive-thru of McDonald’s on the 1700 block of Olive Avenue asking for free chicken McNuggets in exchange for sexual favors, Burbank police officer Joshua Kendrick said.
A man told police Baseer approached him but he refused the offer.
Baseer was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of prostitution.