Trio booked for prostitution
Women allegedly ran brothel out of Norcross hotel room

NORCROSS - Police arrested three Gwinnett women Wednesday for allegedly running a brothel out of a Norcross hotel room.

The trio offered to perform sex acts on an undercover Gwinnett police officer working the area, according to police.

The women were allegedly operating out of room 614 at the Norcross Extended Stay hotel, located off Jimmy Carter Boulevard at 2250 Pelican Drive.

The accused are listed as follows:

n Lindsey Marie Gould, 29, of Norcross, faces charges of prostitution and keeping a place of prostitution. The room was listed under Gould's name, according to an arrest warrant.

Gould offered to perform sodomy for $30, or a combination of sodomy and sexual intercourse for $40, the warrant says. She remained in the Gwinnett County Jail on $2,400 bond Tuesday.

n Salathel Laquisha Zeno, 33, of Norcross, was arrested for prostitution and cocaine possession. She is held without bond.

n Dawn Kimberly Holloman, 30, of Lawrenceville, faces a charge of prostitution. She remained in jail Thursday on $3,400 bond.

Hotel manager Harry Chokshi said management called police when they noticed suspicious people on their premises.

"We reported this," Chokshi said.

The hotel plans to beef up security in light of the arrests, he said. A single security guard patrols the area beginning at 8 p.m. daily.

Chokshi said hotel staff plan to conduct patrols earlier to discourage illegal activity.