Honeymoon prostitution arrest: 92 arrests were made by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, in Florida, after an undercover investigation targeting online prostitution ads.
“The negative social costs of prostitution hurt families, children, and communities, including the spreading of infectious diseases,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. “The nexus between prostitution and other crime, such as illegal drugs, violence against women, and human trafficking, is a real problem.”
The arrested include 12 pimps, or men who brought prostitutes to the location where undercover police officers were, as well as 39 prostitutes.
The man on his honeymoon answered an ad from an undercover detective posing as a prostitute, authorities said.
The man didn’t return to his hotel, causing his wife to report him as missing, according to NBC Miami. His wife was later told that the man had been charged with prostitution and possession of marijuana.