Police take call about prostitution price dispute

Police in Ann Arbor said they took a call from a man who was upset that the price he agreed to pay for prostitution services had unexpectedly increased.
AP Wire
Sep 1, 2012

 

AnnArbor.com reported police were called to a home late Wednesday on a robbery complaint. Police said the 45-year-old man and a 19-year-old woman he had contacted online agreed on a price, but the man claimed that she upped the cost after taking his money.

Police arrested the woman, but the man wasn't taken into custody.

According to investigators, the man and woman gave vastly different accounts of what happened. The case is under investigation and prosecutors will determine any possible charges.
 

Comments

MeanSmith

Wow

michiglen

Think you mean wtf.... doesn't matter really - small business can be harder to deal with than the retail giants. Coupons, discounts and store credits keep their customers coming through the doors even if the customer is not satisfied with the original purchase. Consumer protection is very important.

MeanSmith

Haha I stand corrected

MeanSmith

Haha I stand corrected

43°North

hmmm...the Trib staff will just remove comments from the board like they were never there. Not even leaving one of their false "profanity" removal notices. Watch you don't say something on here that someone on the staff doesn't agree with...

 

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