Early Monday morning, an officer on patrol saw a black man matching the description of one of the men sitting outside a room at the Relax Inn on Ashley Phosphate Road. All four were charged with armed robbery. Jonathan Gutierrez, 34, of Parade St. The police conducted this sting on April 17 at area hotels, much like the sweeps in March that netted 22 men. According to the report, "Honey" pushed the victim off and said she had to retrieve her cellphone, which he told police he considered strange.
Early Monday morning, an officer on patrol saw a black man matching the description of one of the men sitting outside a room at the Relax Inn on Ashley Phosphate Road. While the officer was talking to the man about the volume of the music coming from a tablet, he spotted a man that matched the second suspect's description and a woman who may have been "Honey. And Elorza said he is looking at joining a federal lawsuit against Backpage. He already has a lengthy criminal record that includes breaking and entering and obtaining money under false pretenses. The lawsuit was filed in U. The police will arrest sex buyers. The callers respond to area motels, where they are greeted by undercover female officers and then arrested when they offer money for sex. Right after that, the report states, two black men barged into the apartment. WCIV -- A man's online personals ad query led to an armed robbery at his home, according to a North Charleston police report. Michael Phaneuf, 52, of Smithfield Ave. The charge is filed for a year and can be expunged if there are no further arrests. The police place a fake escort ad in the adult entertainment section of Backpage. He called the number listed on the ad, the report states, and directed her to his apartment. Eight of the 13 men pleaded no contest and had their charge filed: In these stings, the city police turn the tables on the buyers. Clyde Hilliard, 23, of 14 Parkis Ave. The 13 men in this sweep range in age from 22 to 56, from a man with more than two-dozen arrests in his life to family men, some of whom wore wedding rings at their arraignment in District Court on Tuesday morning. They say it never takes long. Then a black woman stepped into the apartment and directed the two men and "Honey" to leave, according to the report. The Police Department gave the men's mugshots to the media to send a message. Two men pleaded not guilty and were released on personal recognizance: Fourteen men from the sweep in March also appeared in court Tuesday. Robert Brisson, 56, of Coventry, was scheduled for arraignment at a later date. Jackson, Johnson and Jefferson were charged with first-degree burglary. According to the report, "Honey" pushed the victim off and said she had to retrieve her cellphone, which he told police he considered strange. One of the men was armed with a handgun and pointed it at the now naked victim's chest. Mayor Jorge Elorza said the stings aren't over.
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