COVENTRY TOWNSHIP, Ohio - An investigation into an office in Coventry Township has led to a prostitution bust.
Four women were arrested on prostitution allegations following a complaint that men at a business on the 3200 block of South Main Street were responding to advertisements for massages and paying women to perform sexual acts.
The Summit County Sheriff’s Office said they executed a search warrant at the business and confiscated several items including cash and client lists. Through their investigation, the sheriff’s office said they determined the women were giving massages then receiving “tips” for the sexual acts.
The women’s services were advertised under the adult section of known prostitution websites, according to the sheriff's office.
Inspector Bill Holland, of the Summit County Sheriff Department, said, "It was right in plain sight, there was no name of the business but they were on known prostitution websites and they had a steady flow of clients coming into this business for the purposes of hiring a prostitute."
Amber Eslich, 30,of Louisville, Ohio and Latosha Wyrich, age 32, of Moreno Valley, California were arrested for prostitution and promoting prostitution and taken to Summit County Jail.
Heather Long, 29, of Canton, and Charitey Riggs, age 19, of Louisville, were charged with prostitution.
Other women have been identified as part of the investigation and further charges may be coming pending the investigation’s outcome.
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