Findlay prostitution bust nets 6 arrests - Tucson News Now

Findlay prostitution bust nets 6 arrests

FINDLAY, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Six people are facing charges after a prostitution bust in Hancock County on Wednesday, May 7.

The Hancock County METRICH Drug Task Force conducted an undercover prostitution investigation with the help of the Wood County Sheriff's Office in Findlay.

Six people were arrested and now face a charged of Soliciting, a third degree misdemeanor.

Arrested were:

- John D. Roquemore, 42, of Versailles, Ohio

- Adam R. Bishop, 34, of Pandora, Ohio

- Scott R. Simmons, 30, of Livonia, MI

- Raymond E. Messenger, 59, of Arlington, Ohio

- Norman Noblit, 62, of Van Buren, Ohio

- Terry L. Moran, 44, of Carey, Ohio

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