Gainesville FL Prostitution Hotel
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Twenty-seven male prostitutes were interviewed extensively about their work and considerations relating to safe sex with clients.


In addition to the human trafficking charges, Butscher says the suspect could face charges for drugs and video recordings of sexual activity.

Be the first to know. Timothy Deegan, 53, is facing three counts of human trafficking, and deputies say they were made aware of the well-known Alachua County ant's alleged crimes back in December, when deputies arrested the suspect on sexual battery charges. Chrome Safari Continue.

It's just really hard for our neighbors to feel safe having him here," she said. Please enter address to continue.

Becky Butscher told the station. Please enter valid address to continue. According to the Alachua County Sheriff's Office, the incident in December led to further investigation which uncovered evidence of drugs, prostitution and human trafficking.

The Gainesville Sun reports Deegan was arrested last Friday. Butscher said the suspect kept tabs on the unidentified victims using video surveillance, and would track them with the GPS on their cell phones. Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting.

He has also been providing transportation, hotel rooms, in order for them to participate in prostitution activity.

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A report by the Administration of Children and Families ACF revealed Florida was one of the highest ranked states for human trafficking with 1, cases reported in


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A Florida ant has been arrested and accused of imprisoning three prostitutes in his home, raping the women, acting as a pimp and providing them with drugs.


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