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Four women arrested in New Port Richey after prostitution sting

NEW PORT RICHEY — Four women allegedly working as prostitutes were arrested in the early hours Saturday during an undercover operation by the New Port Richey Police Department, according to a release from the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

The women, acting separately, offered the undercover detective sex or sexual acts for between $40 and $75.

Arrested were: Fairley M. Velasquez, 49, of New Port Richey; Amy E. Musto, 32, of no known address; Michelle Verboczki, 46 ; and Penny L. Burton, 28, both of Holiday.

All are charged with prostitution.

Burton was released Saturday on $150 bail. The other three remain in the county jail in lieu of $150 bond.

Four women arrested in New Port Richey after prostitution sting 07/19/08 [Last modified: Monday, July 21, 2008 11:56am]
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