Feb 29, 2012

Police arrest 19 people in online sex sting - including a man soliciting sex to CATCH A DISEASE

Nineteen people have been arrested after police carried out an online sex sting, including a man wanting to contract a disease through unprotected sex.
The suspects, six of whom were married, were arrested for crimes including soliciting prostitution and drug possession.
Eugene Agbebaku, 32, who solicited a female detective for sex, requested to not use a condom  and confessed to police later that he want to contract a disease.
 Eugene Agbebaku 

Married father Mr Agbebaku, who works as a UPS driver, admitted to hiring prostitutes three to four times a week for unprotected sex.
In the two-day operation detectives from Polk County, Florida went undercover posing as prostitutes and answering adverts for sex on Backpage.com to catch the criminals.
Also arrested was married mother Desiree Sunshine Dorrance, 39, who was contacted by a male detective and agreed to provide sexual acts and spanking for money.
Desiree Sunshine Dorrance

 Transsexual prostitute

Transsexual Marvin Stewart Caraballo-Munoz agreed to provide sexual acts in exchange for money to an undercover detective. He now faces deportation as it was discovered he is from Panama and has overstayed his visa. His pimp, Javier Lara was also arrested.
Keyonte Rashad Kilgore, who solicited a female detective for sex, told her he did not have money but would give her Tylenol with Codeine in exchange for sex.
 ‘We will continue to target online escort services that promote prostitution, and as long as these sites provide the means for prostitution to occur, we will provide the trip to jail,’ said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.