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Friday, February 4, 2011

Prostitution arrests at Paper Moon

Posted By on Fri, Feb 4, 2011 at 8:41 AM

Little Rock Police Lt. Terry Hastings reports a vice squad raid last night on the Paper Moon, a Mabelvale Pike strip joint of long standing. Six women, aged 20 to 27, were arrested on prostitution or public sexual indecency charges. One was also charged with marijuana possession. Nicknames included: Violet, Honey and Lexy.

Hastings said the arrests were a culmination of an undercover investigation into complaints that activities at the club had gone beyond exotic dancing to women charging for sex. If I understood Hastings correctly, the dividing line between sexual indecency and prostitution is the extent of the sexual contact.

Hastings said more arrests were likely.

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