Sheriff: Complaint leads to prostitution arrests at office

3:07 PM, Dec 11, 2012   |    comments
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COVENTRY TOWNSHIP -- The Summit County Sheriff's Office received a complaint regarding prostitution occurring at an office location.

The complainant alleged that men were responding to advertisements for massages and paying women to perform sexual acts.

The Summit County Sheriff's Office investigated and a search warrant was executed at the business located at 3232 South Main Street in Coventry Township.

Several items were seized, including cash and client lists.

Deputies determined that women were giving massages and then they subsequently received "tips" for performing sexual acts on their clients.

Their services were advertised under the adult section of known prostitution websites.

On Monday, deputies arrested and charged Amber Eslich, 30, of Louisville, Ohio and Latosha Wyrich, 32, of Moreno Valley, California for prostitution and promoting pProstitution. They were taken to the Summit County Jail.

Heather Long,  29, of Canton, and Charitey Riggs, 19, of Louisville were arrested and charged with prostitution.

Others have been identified as part of the investigation and may be charged, pending the outcome of the investigation.


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