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Tampa police arrest seven on soliciting prostitution

TAMPA — Tampa police arrested seven men on charges of soliciting prostitution.

The arrests spanned an eight-hour period starting at 9 p.m. Friday on Nebraska Avenue between 25th Avenue and E Kirby Street.

Police said that seven men offered an undercover police officer between $20 and $40 for sex. Another man was charged with precursor act to soliciting prostitution after he asked an undercover officer to expose her breast to prove she wasn't with the police, an arrest affidavit states.

Arrested were Tampa residents Jad Subhi Abdel Aziz, 31; Calvin Morgan Cambridge, 53; George Elwood Dunnavant, 50; Stanley Houston, 61; Carlos E. Larrota Santa Cruz, 39; and Carlos N. Ortega, 45; and Suad Turkic, 50, of St. Petersburg.

Aubrey Michael Williams, 20, of Tampa, was charged with precursor act to soliciting prostitution.

They were booked into the Orient Road Jail.

Tampa police arrest seven on soliciting prostitution 03/20/10 [Last modified: Saturday, March 20, 2010 1:26pm]
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