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Businessman charged operating prostitution business

Posted: April 4, 2012

The St Andrew Central Police have charged a man, for operating a prostitution business.

Seven women have also been taken into custody pending investigations.

Charged with using a premises as a brothel and living-off the proceeds of prostitution is 53 year old businessman Afton Green of St. Andrew.

Reports from the St. Andrew Central Police are that during an operation assisted by members of the Organized Crime Investigation Unit (OCID), Green was arrested and charged yesterday.

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