A recent Boynton Beach, Florida prostitution sting netted fourteen arrests between Monday and Wednesday, news sources indicate. The undercover operation was focused on internet solicitations. Among those arrested were Christopher Fuller, 28, Jonathan Gordon, 29, David Fitzgerald, 35, Na'Imani Shetula, 19, Genet Rembert, 20, Ashley Krueger, 25, Jasmine Lisboa, 29, Amanda Philp, 18, and Chelsea Blaze, 21. Each suspect was booked into police custody on varying charges. It is unclear whether any of the suspects qualified for bail bond. It is also not yet known whether they have hired attorneys.
Reports say the investigation began on Monday and lasted through Wednesday. The Boynton Beach Police department spearheaded the undercover operation, which is similar in structure to many other operations conducted in the area in recent months. First, detectives posted or responded to ads on sites such as Craigslist that offered sexual services in exchange for money. Reports say that some of the ads suggested that females under the age of 18 were available to provide such services.
Starting on Monday, detectives with the Boynton Beach police department began responding to prostitution ads. Around 7:00 Monday evening, a man identified as Christopher Fuller arrived at a predetermined meeting location with two female suspects in tow. The officers arrested one suspect, identified as Shetula, and took in the other, who reports did not identify, for questioning.
According to reports, Fuller allegedly admitted to paying the woman's living expenses at the Boca Raton Quality Inn Hotel. The witness reportedly told officers that at least on john arrived at the hotel and had sexual interactions with Shetula for a purported payment of $80. A police report later counted these details: "Witness 1 informed us that Fuller has underage girls in Miami that he prostitutes." Adding, "Fuller takes all their money after they turn a trick." Fuller also allegedly had a ledger in his car detailing work schedules for the girls. Police seized the ledger during his arrest.
Later that night, police met up with two other suspects after responding to an online ad, reports say. This time, Rembert of Hollandale and Krueger or Sunrise showed up to the undercover detectives' meeting place. According to reports, both women allegedly offered to sleep with the detectives for $280. The detectives placed them under arrest for soliciting prostitution.
On Tuesday, the detectives met up Lisboa of Lauderhill and Gordon, who they reportedly made contact with through another online ad, sources say. A police reports says, "Gordon came to the [meeting place] to act as protection and to transport Lisboa." Lisboa then allegedly agreed to have intercourse with an undercover officer for $250, $200 of which would go to Gordon, her alleged pimp. The officers place both suspects under arrest.
Later that day, police responded to yet another ad and met up with Philip and Blaze, both coming from Boca Raton, and their alleged pimp, Fitzgerald of West Palm Beach. Both women allegedly agreed to have intercourse with the officers for a price of $280 and were subsequently arrested. It is not yet known whether any of the suspects were found with drugs or illegal firearms in their possession.