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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Even Searcy has hookers

Posted By on Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 2:08 PM


Say what? In the town "where thousands live and millions wish they could"? The home to Harding University? There are working girls? And not working girls hooking in the bad part of town, but online, where any Craigslist trolling innocent could stumble on them?

Yup, according to Fox 16.

Rebecca Dunavan (above), 33 32, was arrested yesterday after police discovered her suggestive Craigslist ad.

The undercover deputy contacted Dunavan and they set a time to meet.  He says she requested money or prescription pain medicine in exchange for sex.  Instead he arrested her.

White County Deputies made the second arrest when someone texted Dunavan's phone.  The message said the sender would be in town, had $100, and wanted to meet.  Detectives set up a time and arrested David Patrick of Thida, Arkansas.  Both face charges.  Now deputies are looking at other sites to find prostitution and make more arrests.

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