Williamsburg police make prostitution ring arrests

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December 2, 2008

12:45 AM

The James City County Police Department made several arrests in connection with a prostitution ring on Nov. 21, according to The Daily Press. The raid took place in a home on Richmond Road, less than two miles from the Prime Outlets in Williamsburg.

Law enforcement found several people in the house allegedly tied to a similar operation in Newport News. According to JCCPD spokesman Mike Spearmen, officials believe the women were brought across state lines to work as prostitutes, and charges were pressed against five people whom police believe were working illegally in the country.

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