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Cuniff meghannc spokesman. A group of traveling prostitutes suspected of settling in Spokane told police they were making good money here because the local competition is so ugly.
One woman is in custody and other arrests are possible as part of an ongoing investigation into a year-old California man who investigators believe has been brokering sex deals while living out of motels in Portland, Seattle and Spokane. Two motel rooms in Spokane were searched this week.
Shaquisha L. Sprague Ave. Other officers were familiar with Jenkins - one contacted her Jan. An officer said the women told him they were prostitutes from California who traveled to Spokane via Seattle. Then on Jan. The same officer contacted Jenkins on Jan. He said Jenkins said she was working as a prostitute and had been in Spokane for about a month.
The case began to center on the motels when the owner of the Stratford Suites, Jack Grady, told Airway Heights police he suspected a group of long-term guests were involved with criminal activity. Task force members started watching the Bel Air Motel and observed several incidents of suspected prostitution.
Then Airway Heights police contacted Jenkins, her suspected pimp and the year-old woman while responding to a possible domestic violence call at the Stratford Suites Feb. The Spokesman-Review Newspaper Local journalism is essential. up.
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