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Nine arrested in prostitution sting

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Last week the Absecon Police Department with the assistance of the FBI Innocence Lost Task Force conducted a sting, Operation Save a Child, that lead to the arrest of nine individuals for prostitution-related offenses. Of the nine arrests one was a 17 year old juvenile from Gloucester County, three were charged with promoting prostitution and five were charged with solicitation for prostitution. The women would advertise themselves as escorts and contact was made through internet classified ads. The following individuals were charged:

Rachel Huff, age 19 from Little Egg Harbor Twp. She was charged with solicitation for prostitution. Huff was lodged in the Atlantic County Justice Facility on an unrelated matter out of Pleasantville.

Alfred Curcione, age 60 from Little Egg Harbor Twp. He was charged with promoting prostitution. Curcione was released on his own recognizance.

Laura C. Semprevivo, age 22 from Little Egg Harbor Twp. She was charged with solicitation for prostitution. Semprevivo was lodged in the Atlantic County Justice Facility on an unrelated matter out of Atlantic City and Ocean County.

Allan D. Packard Jr, age 31 from Millville. He was charged with promoting prostitution. Packard was released on his own recognizance.

Courtney A. Robinson, age 23 from Sacramento Ca. She was charged with solicitation for prostitution. Robinson was released on her own recognizance.

Amber R. Gaines, age 22 from Los Angeles Ca. She was charged with solicitation for prostitution. Gaines was lodged in the Atlantic County Justice Facility on an unrelated matter out of Atlantic City.

Harrell L. Davis, age 30 from San Francisco Ca. He was charged with promoting prostitution. Davis was released on his own recognizance.

Ashly N. Caruso, age 18 from Williamstown. She was charged with solicitation for prostitution. Caruso was released on her own recognizance.

17 year old female from Gloucester County was located and returned to her family.

The joint investigation involved the Absecon Police, New Jersey Department of Human Services Police, Atlantic County Sheriff’s Department, Atlantic County Prosecutors Office, Egg Harbor City Police and the Innocence Lost Task Force. The police department plans additional stings throughout the year to combat this growing problem.

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