LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Lafayette police took three people into custody over the weekend in connection with two separate prostitution cases.
Early Saturday morning, police arrested 22-year-old Kalicicia Browder and 19-year-old Lydia Williams.
LPD tells us an officer investigating prostitution found an ad for someone offering their services on backpage.com.
The officer posed as a client and set up a meeting at a South Street hotel.
When she arrived, Browder was arrested on a preliminary charge of prostitution and for being wanted on a warrant.
Police say Williams drove Browder to the hotel.
Williams faces a charge of promoting prostitution.
On Sunday, police said an anonymous tip regarding prostitution led them to 27-year-old Darius Brown.
He was pulled over for a traffic violation.
He faces charges of human trafficking, promoting prostitution and furnishing alcohol to a minor.
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