NORCROSS - Norcross police busted five people - including one male - this week for prostitution services they had allegedly advertised online.
Police caught the five suspects at a home on Brook Hollow Parkway on Thursday afternoon, said Norcross police Chief Dallas Stidd. Each person charged is age 25 or younger.
Stidd said the suspects had advertised prostitution online and in area phonebooks. He was unsure of the specific address where the arrests were made.
A department spokesperson was not available to provide further information Friday.
All five suspects were charged with prostitution, a misdemeanor. Their names and addresses, according to Gwinnett County Detention Center records, are listed as follows:
' Neal Jamarr Washington, 23, 3920 Club Drive, Apt. 503, Duluth.
' Faith Marie Rinehuls, 19, 803 Gwinnett Square Circle, Duluth.
' Camberleigh Cecile Bull, 21, 5100 Raven Wood Drive, Marietta.
' Navada Jennell Patten, 25, 1855 Hudson Crossing, Apt. 8, Atlanta.
' Amy Lynn Porter, 18, 4848 Odessa Inlet NW, Acworth.
Stidd said Washington, the lone male suspect, participated in prostitution and not pimping, which is a separate charge in Georgia.
Norcross police aren't as devoted to busting prostitution as they once were, but will act when they receive complaints or find evidence of the illegal activity, Stidd said.
"We don't put a large amount of time into this anymore," said the chief. "But if we get complaints, we want them to know - don't come here."