13 arrested during 2-day Chillicothe human trafficking/prostitution operation

CHILLICOTHE, OH (WCMH) —  Chillicothe police, along with several other law agencies arrested 13 people during a two-day operation.

According to the Chillicothe Police Department, the human trafficking/prostitution investigation was conducted over a two day period starting March 22.

“The Chillicothe Police Department is well aware of the dangers associated with human trafficking and the connection between this and the drug trade in our community.  This operation provided intelligence information as well as removing those soliciting sex from our streets,” released in a statement.

The ages of those arrested ranged from as young as 31 to as old as 81. All face charges of loitering to engage in solicitation and soliciting.

Police released the following information on those arrested and their charges:

  • Carl Hayth, 64 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Angela Seward, 42 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting, Possession of criminal tools, Possession of drug abuse instruments
  • Dustin Everhart, 31 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Joseph Coon, 42 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Joshua Wiseman, 41 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Kanwaljeet Lall, 42 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Leo Madden, 80 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Oscar Conley, 48 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Robert Bost, 81 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Rose Darling, 39 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Ryan Fair, 33 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Thomas Strausbaugh, 74 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting
  • Timothy Theobald, 51 — Loitering to engage in solicitation, Soliciting

The Chillicothe Police Department teamed up with the Dayton Police Department, Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Ross County Sheriff’s Office to carry out the operation.

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