2 teens charged with running high school prostitution ring

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Two teenagers are charged with running a high school prostitution ring involving students from three schools in Sarasota County, Florida.

Police say a 17-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy posted a business plan on Facebook, listing rates and using messaging to set up meetings with “Johns.”

They’re accused of trading money and alcohol for sex.

Police say there may be more victims and more arrests.

School officials have not commented on the case, citing the on-going police investigation.

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  • carol

    Although this is terrible. it just goes to show that the courts are WASTING TIME, MONEY, And space for real criminals, trying to prosecute people over 18 for having girl/boyfriends under 18. unless of course it is under 13. Parents should be the ones watching out for what their children are doing to their lives , and who they are doing it with. The government can’t do all the cap they have to do now. and some parentsort let the boyfriends/ move in. So obviously there’s a parenting problem. be a parent, not a friend. it’s not up to police to arrest peo Pl email for Co sensual sex, unless of course you arrest both of them because teenagers know exacyou what they are doing. Trust me! The world is making them out to be more stupid every day.

    • carol

      and yes I know this about prostitution. However , it just goes to show how promiscuous yeenagers can be and really always have been. But back in the day they were afraid if theit parents found out. now they don’t care.

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