Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Florida, Again

Police Say Prostitution Ring Operated Out Of South Tampa House [Florida]: Charles Fox was the king of his little green house. In the middle of South Tampa, police say, he ruled a home packed with young women he recruited from bars and restaurants, including Hooters and Applebee's. ... And, police say, he took every cent. For two years, police tracked suspected pimp Charles M. Fox, 37. Detectives watched him drive young women to West-shore area hotels, waiting outside to collect the cash. Last month, police arrested him at the Intercontinental Hotel, where they had orchestrated a sting. Fox was charged with five counts of sex trafficking, four counts of forcing another to become a prostitute, four counts of deriving support from proceeds of prostitution, five counts of unlawful use of a two-way communications device, four counts of renting space for the purpose of prostitution and two counts of sexual battery. HSEC-3.8; Date: 26 August 2011; Source: http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/police-say-prostitution-ring-operated- out-of-south-tampa-house/1188048]

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