Daytona Beach, FL (March 14, 2019) – On Tuesday, police arrested 67-year-old Gregory Moseley after he allegedly agreed to pay an undercover officer for sexual acts. Daytona Beach Police set up a sting operation to find those willing to pay for prostitutes.
Police allege that Moseley and another man rode their motorcycles up to the undercover officers. They met with officers and asked them if they were partying. Moseley and the other man agreed to pay for the sexual acts, according to police. They rode their motorcycles to the Travel Inn Hotel and parked before they were arrested for prostitution.
Since Monday, police have been arresting a variety of people in the prostitution sting, including 17 women and one man. An additional 18 men were arrested on Tuesday, with both male and female officers posing as prostitutes.
Police have been conducting the sting for years, but the 36 that have been arrested this past week was a particularly high number.
Daytona Beach Prostitution Laws
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