Saturday, August 23, 2008

2 from Queens charged in LI prostitution case

BY JOSEPH MALLIA | joseph.mallia@newsday.com

Two men and a woman were arrested on prostitution charges at a Huntington Station house Wednesday night after an investigation and surveillance by Second Precinct officers, police said.

Henry Monzanarez, 27, of 67 East Third St., Huntington Station, and Jaime Garcia, 33, of 33-28 29th Ave., Astoria, were charged with promoting prostitution.

Monzanarez was also charged with false personation, criminal possession of a weapon, obstructing governmental administration and resisting arrest. The third suspect, a 34-year-old Queens woman, was charged with prostitution.

Second Precinct Crime Section officers executed a search warrant at 110 Lenox Rd. at 8:40 p.m. Wednesday, seizing money, condoms and other prostitution-related items.

The three suspects were to be arraigned Thursday in First District Court, Central Islip.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

A whole new industry is developing
that's almost invisible to the public.

Latino pimps are brokering sexual services for illegal Latino day workers who are far away from home and the comforts of their wives (or girlfriends) in Mexico,
El Salvador, etc.

My next door neighbor's day worker told him that for about $200 dollars a girl is sent to his dormitory to provide service for the night.

How many workers she pleasures for
that fee wasn't discussed.

Add this to the bedbug plague,
coming soon to your neighborhood!

Wade Nichols said...

The gorgeous mosaic in action!

War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength
Diversity is Strength!!!

georgetheatheist said...

Did they advertise in the Tribune?