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Danbury Police: Prostitution

The Special Investigations Division of the Danbury Police Department reported several people charged with prostitution and patronizing a prostitute. A person charged with a crime is innocent until having been convicted in court.

In a continuing effort to address “quality of life” issues within the City of Danbury, the Special Investigation Division conducted a prostitution surveillance operation in the area of Beaver and Springs Streets on October 18. Police charged Omayra Curet, 34, Railroad Street, New Milford, with prostitution. Charged with her was Julio Lalvay-Patino, 50, West Wooster Street, Danbury. Lalay-Patino was charged with patronizing a prostitute. Police also charged Robbin Brooks, 41, Spring Stree, Danbury, with prostitution. Police charged Franklin Augusto Rios-Tenemaza, Rose Hill Avenue, Danbury, with patronizing a prostitute.

 

PJ October 23, 2012 at 01:09 AM
If you're really interested in improving "quality of life" in Danbury, do something about downtown Danbury! If you only speak English, you can't do a damn thing there! Do something about all the day laborers hanging out. That part of downtown is like a toilet! Now, once you done something about that, then you can talk about "quality of life". That's a phrase the Mayor likes to throw around when he's running for election.
TONY GEE October 25, 2012 at 03:10 PM
YEAH, WHAT ABOUT THOSE RESIDENCES WITH MORE THAN 30 PEOPLE LIVING UNDER THE SAME ROOF? THE HOUSE'S OWNER IS PACKING SOME SERIOUS CASH, YOU FIGURE HE CHARGES EACH BRAZILIAN $ 400.OO DOLLARS... PS . AND IT'S ALL CASH... BRAZILIAN CHURCHES ARE ALSO MAKING SOME SERIOUS MONEY, PARTICULARLY WHEN THEY BRING PROPHETS LIKE '' PABLO XIMENEZ '' .. THIS ONE CAN FOOL THE DEVIL...
Jimmy Pursey October 25, 2012 at 03:34 PM
Not true. I live there, I speak English, my neighbors speak English, the businesses I patronize speak English. Frankly we're tired of racist hicks calling our neighborhood "a toilet". The real problem with downtown is the amount of empty storefronts. It's a ghost town. It's as if City Hall PURPOSELY makes it difficult to open new businesses.
Jimmy Pursey October 25, 2012 at 03:36 PM
Stay on topic, Tony. This story is about prostitutes...white trash ones, apparently.
Carrie Walencik November 09, 2012 at 01:26 PM
Hey I knew Robbin and she wasn't white trash she was actually a good hearted person wrong place wrong time

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