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Several Arrested In Prostitution Sting

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By Amanda Inscore

A two-month long sting in the city of Kingsport nets eleven arrests.

Members of the Kingsport Vice Squad used an undercover agent to conduct the investigation and charged two women with prostitution: Lucinda Bellamy of Kingsport, TN and Sylvia Rosen of Winter Park, FL were both charged with prostitution.

An undercover agent helped nab nine men for soliciting prostitution and other charges.

-William Stanley of Johnson City, TN for Soliciting Prostitution
-Ervin Reedy of Bristol, TN for Soliciting Prostitution
-Ricky McFaddin of Abingdon, VA for Soliciting Prostitution, Possession Sch II narcotics, Possession Sch III narcotics
-Michael Walker of Kingsport, TN for Soliciting Prostitution
-Derrick Hensley of Jonesborough, TN for Soliciting Prostitution, Possession Sch III narcotics for resale, going armed, driving on suspended license
-Aaron Reece of Kingsport, TN for Soliciting Prostitution
-William Rockow of Winnabow, NC for Soliciting Prostitution
-Brian Busler of Johnson City, TN for Soliciting Prostitution
-Benjamin Buckner of Kingsport, TN for Soliciting Prostitution

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