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Undercover Pandering and Prostitution Investigation Results in Four Arrests

Three males were charged with pandering, while a female faces a charge of prostitution.

The Barrow County Sheriff's Office conducted a an undercover operation into illegal pandering and prostitution Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013. The investigation resulted in four arrests — three males were charged with pandering, while a female was charged with prostitution. 

Prior to the operation, the sheriff's office crime task force created a post online advertising prostitution. According to incident reports, an undercover investigator was contacted by John Mitchell Bain, 36, of Athens, Alen Jahirovic, 32, of Lawrenceville, and Daryl Scott Wall, 34, of Statham, each offering to pay for sexual acts. After meeting at an undisclosed location, following the exchange of money — Bain and Wall had agreed upon $100 and Jahirovic $80 — each of the three men were arrested and charged with pandering. 

The female who was arrested had also responded to an online ad and had agreed to perform a sexual act for $200 an hour. Once an undercover agent had given the female money, she was placed under arrest. Zandra Renee Stokes, 37, of Athens, was charged with prostitution. 

Editor's note: The  lists Daryl Scott Wall's age as 37 and his address as Winder. 

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android007 January 08, 2013 at 04:44 PM
What website did they use? If they used Craigslist any advertisement for prostitution is against the TOS.
android007 January 08, 2013 at 04:46 PM
I don't know what website the cops could legally be able to advertise as prostitutes on. This is the definition of entrapment to Break the Law in an attempt to MAKE people Break the Law.
android007 January 08, 2013 at 04:47 PM
bunch of desperate people involved in this and I'm not only talking about the poor souls that were arrested
brian white January 09, 2013 at 09:07 PM
really? thats the best you could come up with. to waste tax payers money. there are plenty of other more pressing issues that need your attention. un solved crimes drug andtheft just to name a few.come on jud you can do better than this.

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