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But in the sex-for-sale industry, buyers have quite a few options, most of which are not suitable to be printed in the newspaper.
The Daily News conducted a month-long investigation to get a clear picture of the industry and just how much it affects communities where it's most prevalent. Of the prostitution-related arrests made this year in Memphis-Shelby County, about 20 percent took place along Bellevue, which turns into Elvis Presley Boulevard to the north of the South Parkway intersection.
The street is heavily trafficked with prostitutes and the men patronizing them. But you don't have to tell George Buzard that. He can see it firsthand from any one of the windows at his company, Gates Lumber at S. Bellevue Blvd. And recently it seems like in the past couple of months, not only are there a lot of prostitutes over there, but they're getting bolder and they come across the street and hassle our customers and employees.
Buzard said he's even seen the women stand in front of the motel and lift their skirts trying to entice people driving down the street. He also said he can stand upstairs in his kitchen and watch the women going in and out of the motel.
Repeated attempts to speak to the manager of the motel were unsuccessful. A person who appeared to be working at the Bellevue Inn and declined to be identified did admit that the motel rooms in the area often are used by prostitutes. But if you change Memphis women for sex and have on a nice G-string or something, then they'd come down on you. Buzard admits that there are random sweeps that cool activity across from his business, but that's not enough. He said the motel owners should be held able. Pointing to the recent shutdown of some strip clubs in the city because of the illegal activity taking place, he wonders why the motel owners can't face a similar fate.
Buzard's business and the motel are less than a mile from a church and Hamilton Middle School, according to an arrest report for one woman who was caught at the motel. That means the woman, Latina Hayes, 33, who lives at Brompton Road and has a record of prostitution arrests that dates back at least 15 years, faces the possibility of being tried for a Class A misdemeanor punishable by a maximum 11 months and 29 days in jail. Hayes was arrested through the use of a decoy, a procedure that is most effective when prosecuting prostitution-related cases, said Mary Thorsberg, assistant district attorney in Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons' office.
Hayes was arrested in July and currently is out on bond. She is expected in court Friday. X-rated view. Residents in one South Memphis neighborhood near Lamar Avenue also are fed up with the proliferation of prostitution in their area.
One resident, who asked only to be identified by her first name, Angela, said she woke up one morning and looked out her 2-year-old daughter's window and saw one prostitute engaged in sex with a john around 6 a. Angela did not call the police, but she did cause a lot of noise by knocking on the window, and scared the couple away. While on the surface this appears to be a problem that's raging out of control, law enforcement officials are addressing the issue, said Lt.
Moffatt said there's no set schedule for when the vice crimes unit sets up stings to make prostitution-related arrests. Last week, two stings netted more than 80 prostitution-related arrests. The operation, which was held in various parts of the city, mostly netted prostitutes, Moffatt said, but four or five arrests were made for promoting prostitution. Hook, line and sinker. It's impossible to have an effective discussion about prostitution without discussing the men involved in these crimes: the johns who patronize the prostitutes and the pimps who promote the prostitution.
Often, the pimps are doing more than promoting the offense; sometimes they force women to engage in the act. Carol Wiley is the director of victim assistance for "A Way Out," a program that takes women out of the sex-for-sale industry and helps them turn their lives around. She recounts one horror story after another of how women essentially are held in bondage in the industry. First, they're lured in with the promise of all the money they'll be able to make. After the young woman expressed gratitude for the "gift," the manager would tell her the money was nothing compared to what she could make if she would come work for him.
And it's recently come to light that in many strips clubs, back rooms are used for prostitution.
These men may stand out on the corner and direct potential johns to a woman waiting in a motel room. But Lambert-Ryan said what really was a thorn in her side from the time she took the bench in was the fact that, while state law required women charged with prostitution to be tested for HIV, it did not require the men patronizing the prostitutes or the pimps to be tested. And, in discussing the absent requirement, Lambert-Ryan points to the oft-forgotten victims of this supposedly victimless crime: the johns' wives, girlfriends and families.
The laws have since changed. As of about three years ago, men patronizing prostitutes are required to be tested for HIV upon conviction. And, as of July 1, pimps are required to be tested upon conviction as well. But the laws seem to lack teeth. Court officials must jump through all kinds of hoops to view those testThorsberg said. Although the court might order anyone arrested for prostitution, patronizing prostitution or promoting prostitution to take an HIV test, it's up to that person to return the to the court.
They're not going to go through all the trouble of going to the Health Department, getting their records and bringing them to us. If the district attorney's office has knowledge that a woman knows she has HIV and engages in prostitution, she can be charged with aggravated prostitution. Thorsberg said the DA's office handles prostitution-related cases on a daily basis. By and large, the ones that are most able to be prosecuted are those that take place during sting operations.
Then the officer will usually have the prostitutes make some overt gesture like telling them to meet them in a motel room Thorsberg said it's almost a cycle with the women being arrested for prostitution, released and re-arrested for the same offense.
While in the back of a police van, the arresting officers overheard Taylor, "telling several females who were arrested for prostitution that if they come work for him, that he would get them out of jail when they get arrested. Editor's Note: In Monday's paper read about A Way Out, a nonprofit organization that helps women get out Memphis women for sex the sex-for-sale industry. It won't even buy a full tank of gas.
One of the hotspots known for prostitution is Bellevue Boulevard. X-rated view Residents in one South Memphis neighborhood near Lamar Avenue also are fed up with the proliferation of prostitution in their area. The stings could be held as much as three times a week, he said. Hook, line and sinker It's impossible to have an effective discussion about prostitution without discussing the men involved in these crimes: the johns who patronize the prostitutes and the pimps who promote the prostitution.Memphis women for sex
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