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Woman allegedly performs sex act at BP station to get a better car deal

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28-year-old Crystal Frantzen (Source: Sullivan County Sheriff's Office) 28-year-old Crystal Frantzen (Source: Sullivan County Sheriff's Office)
58-year-old Gary Tipton (Source: Sullivan County Sheriff's Office) 58-year-old Gary Tipton (Source: Sullivan County Sheriff's Office)
SULLIVAN COUNTY, TN (WJHL) -

A man and a woman were arrested Wednesday morning after the sheriff's office received calls about indecent exposure at a BP gas station in Blountville. The woman told police she performed a sex act in exchange for a better car deal. 

When officers spotted the vehicle in question, a gray Cadillac, on Highway 394 near Franklin Drive, the passenger, 28-year-old Crystal Frantzen, told police that she had performed oral sex on Gary Tipton, 58, in the BP parking lot. She added that she did it in exchange for a better deal on the Cadillac that she wanted to buy from Tipton.

Frantzen was arrested and charged with prostitution, while Tipton faces charges of patronizing a prostitute. Officers also found several Valiums in his pocket and charged him with possession of schedule III drugs after it was discovered that he did not have a prescription for the pills.

Tipton and Frantzen were taken to the Sullivan County Correctional Facility.

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