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Prostitution Sting Nets Arrests

Eight women were arrested, according to the police.

A recent prostitution sweep netted arrests of eight woman, five of them in the New Port Richey city limits, according to the New Port Richey Police Department

The sweep was an eight-hour dual agency operation on Tuesday between the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office and New Port Richey Police Department.

The arrested include:

  • Melissa Bryan, 29

5119 Southtown Loop, New Port Richey

Charged with: Prostitution

 

  • Danielle Rodriguez, 27

11171 Tookes Rd, Tarpon Springs 

Charged with: Prostitution

 

  • Sandra Sharp, 26

Homeless

Charged with: Prostitution

 

  • Patrisha Kane, 28

3241 Solar Drive, Holiday

Charged with: Solicitation of prostitution, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to appear

 

  • Jennifer Bailey, 29

4720 White Tail Lane, New Port Richey

Charged with: Prostitution, five counts of failure to appear

 

  •  Rhonda-Ann Grzyb, 43

4526 Mile Stretch Drive, Holiday

Charged With: Prostitution

 

  • Jessica Clukey, 34

5145 Mallet Dr, Port Richey

Charged with: Prostitution

 

  • Donna Camp, 47

5701 Regis Ave Port Richey

Charged with: Prostitution

Hugh April 01, 2013 at 02:54 PM
It just goes to show you how much more can be done. I would argue that three strikes is too many as three strikes establishes a pattern. Drastic times cause for drastic measures.
Rob S. April 02, 2013 at 12:39 AM
What were they hurting? What the freak is this country if a woman cant even sell her own vajayjay? Who is the government to tell her she cant make money off of her own body? Don't you all realize what our government is doing? Prostitution was legal years ago and still is in parts of Nevada. Can't smoke a green plant that grows from the ground either. Its all about money. Can't tax weed and cant tax prostitution, so it is outlawed. I dont smoke weed or favor prostitutes, but I did spend my time in the military fighting for freedom and now own a business in Pasco. FThe freedom myself and sooo many others fought for is a mirage.
PATRICIA FALKMAN April 02, 2013 at 02:14 AM
Who is it hurting to have prostitution on our city streets? You have got to be kidding. Along with the prostitution are the drug dealers and users. Entire families have to adjust when their families can go outside. Families end up moving out to where the kids are safe again. The only people comfortable with all the "traffic" are the birds of a feather. I just wish the cops could lock them up for a long enough time to make it painful for them. I am self righteous. Live with it!
Hugh April 02, 2013 at 06:08 PM
Even in the most liberal of first world places where prostitution is legal, they do not allow street walking. Why is that?
Kellie May 01, 2013 at 10:33 AM
Have compassion. You don't know what circumstances, brought them to this point, they may have been forced into being prostitutes. I wish they'd go after the pimps and johns, more harshly! As a female, I hate when I get stopped (sometimes followed) and asked if I 'need a ride', when I go for walks! Scary and Maddening! This has happened while school children are out walking home. Do something about the men that are involved as well!!!!

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