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Salisbury Police Charge 14 In Prostitution Sting

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SALISBURY, Md. - Police have arrested 14 people in connection with an undercover prostitution operation. Salisbury Police say on March 15th, they started a two day long operation, that targeted prostitution around the city. During the operation, officials say that both prospective male customers, and the females involved in prostitution were arrested.

The following 8 men were arrested, and charged with prostitution & assignation:

Alexander Clinton Price, 70, of Quantico, Maryland  
Sean Christopher Beauchamp, 29, of Pocomoke, Maryland
Cortez Maurice Sterling, 24, of Salisbury, Maryland  
Travis Donyel Smullen, 33, of Salisbury, Maryland
John Herman Williams, 76, of Ocean City, Maryland
Earlest Marion Satchell Jr., 46, of Salisbury, Maryland
Jacob Gordon Vanus, 34, of Salisbury, Maryland
Keith Samuel Barkley, 49, of Salisbury, Maryland

The following 6 women were arrested, and charged with prostitution & assignation:

Lisa Marie Jones, 47, of Salisbury, Maryland
Valerie Ann Cheeks, 41, of Salisbury, Maryland
Dorothy Michelle Donaway, 39, of Salisbury, Maryland
Alexandria Joy Rittenhouse, 28, of Salisbury, Maryland  
Melanie Beth North, 42, of Salisbury, Maryland  
Celestine Coria Cornish, 58, of Salisbury, Maryland

All 14 people were released to the custody of Central Booking.

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