18 arrested for selling sex, one for exposing people to AIDS
BATON ROUGE- Eighteen people were booked into parish prison Friday, charged with selling sex on the streets.
The FBI participated in the roundup with city police and sheriff's deputies. The federal agency would not release specific details, only saying more would be released Monday about the arrests and a national initiative targeting child sex trafficking.
People arrested and processed into prison were:
Jordan Lewis also faces a charge of intentional exposure to AIDS, since he is infected with HIV arrested documents reported.
None of the names were flagged as missing. Most were from out-of-town.
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