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Five women arrested in Tuscaloosa Prostitution sting

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TUSCALOOSA, AL - An undercover investigation has led to the arrests of five women accused of participating in prostitution.

Police officers used online escort websites to help in the investigation and made the arrests over a two day period.

February 11 arrests:

Tabatha Ann Parham, 25 of Metairie, LA arrested in the 4100 block of E McFarland Blvd
Jaquillah Denise Isabelle, 33 of Macon, GA, arrested in the 4500 block of E McFarland Blvd
Surget Renee Turner, 25, arrested in the 4800 block of E McFarland Blvd

February 12 arrests:

Brittney Shada Young, 24, arrested in the 3500 block of E McFarland Blvd
Chrstine Lenore Sapp, 27, arrested in the 4100 block of E McFarland Blvd

Each woman faces charges of soliciting prostitution. Isabell and Sapp are also charged with possession of marijuana.

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