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Battle Creek Police staged a street prostitution sweep this week, arresting five area men and one woman.
Battle Creek police arrested five men and a woman during a three-hour prostitution sting on Wednesday.
Kurt Roth. It was less than 15 minutes for our first arrest. Roth said a male officer arrested a woman working along Capital Avenue Southwest after she agreed to perform a sex act for money and then a female officer went out undercover in the same area seeking to men willing to pay for sex.
When the operation ended police had arrested five men, four from Battle Creek aged 40, 48, 61 and 73 and a year-old man from Kalamazoo. Each was taken to the Calhoun County jail on charges of solicitation for prostitution. And, in each case, the police seized their vehicles because they were being used for solicitation.
Sixteen officers from the department's Special Investigations Unit, Highway Intervention Team, detective bureau and road patrol were involved. Because much of the prostitution business is now done with phone applications which allow prostitutes to make appointments with customers by cell phone, Roth said, he didn't know how many people would still seek sex workers on the street.
We could have had more. And Michael Harrison, another officer involved in the sting said he is hopeful that the operations and others planned by the department will diminish the streetwalking.
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