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Palm Beach Sheriff's Office Puts Arrestees on Blast After Mobile Home Prostitution Sting

Attention all you people who think you are going to just walk, bike or drive on in to the Plantation Mobile Home Park in West Palm Beach, Fla., and hook up with some mobile home prostitutes: the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office has other plans for you!

The Palm Beach Sheriff's Office announced that on March 1 it arrested 17 people in "an enforcement operation targeting street level prostitution" in the mobile home park in West Palm Beach. According to an amusing post (via The Legal Satyricon) on The Pulp blog at the New Times Broward-Palm Beach, the Sheriff's Office's news release 

also included a dissemination log of the arrests, but the spreadsheet was spelled "dissemenation log," which, believe it or not, is only the second-most amusing part of the documentation: Police also included what appears to be documentation of what each suspect allegedly wanted and how much they were going to pay. 

The dissemination log is available here. If you are on it, apologies in advance. The log includes the arrested person's name, photo, mode of transportation (vehicle, bike or on foot), whether your vehicle was towed, the price offered and what services were allegedly requested. Entries include items such as "5.00 B.J.," "20.00 Sex X 2," and one reference to a big-spender who allegedly offered $75 for "Everything." Perhaps the biggest loser on the night was a 26-year-old man arrested for "20.00 B.J." whose entry also includes "50 grams marijuana" and, sadly, "Vehicle Towed: Sister's."

Posted by Bruce Carton on March 6, 2012 at 04:24 PM | Permalink | Comments (0)

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