Prostitute Evicted from Local Hotel Room
The following information was provided by the Roswell Police Department and does not indicate a conviction.
A local hotel called Roswell Police after watching a number of different men enter and quickly leave the same room - within a short period of time.
Hotel staff told police that during the evening of Tuesday, June 5, men had been entering the lobby "looking lost" and after a chat on their cell phones, made a beeline for the same room. When officers went to check the room they found a woman alone. She invited them in to "look around" and police found several used condoms in the trash can.
At that point, the Roswell woman quickly confessed to being a prostitute - spilling her story of having to care for five children and how an acquaintance introduced her to a man who lured her with the promise of "a way to make some quick money."
After each "appointment" that was made for her, the man's wife would call to check on her and he would come up to the room to retrieve the money, promising to split it 60/40 later. The woman showed police $40 in cash from her most recent client, which had not yet been collected by the couple "pimping" her out, according to to the police report.
Upon booking her into the Roswell Detention Center for prostitution, police also learned of an outstanding warrant for probation violation through Fulton County for the woman. The hotel issued a criminal tresspass warning to prevent her from returning.