Police called about dispute involving prostitute

Police in the Detroit suburb of Southfield said they were called to handle a dispute between a prostitute and a potential client over payment.
AP Wire
Nov 3, 2011

The Detroit Free Press reported police got the call early Oct. 24.

A man told police he gave the woman $50 upfront, but she demanded an entire payment of $125 before having sex. When they couldn’t reach an agreement, the potential client asked for his $50. She refused, so the man grabbed her purse and took the $50.

A police report didn’t specify who called police.

The man was released after giving a statement to police. The woman was held on an outstanding warrant.

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