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Prostitution sweep results in six arrests
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Forsyth County News
Four women and two men have been arrested as part of what authorities say is an ongoing effort to control prostitution.

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Lt. Col. Gene Moss said four of the arrests were made at two separate “houses of prostitution” and all were the result of undercover investigations.

Kyong Case, 51, and Oksun Hughes, 55, were arrested Wednesday night and charged by the sheriff’s office with one count each of sexual battery, pimping and prostitution.

Maria Montoya, Cleto Chavez, Alejandra Munoz and Augusto Perez, were each charged Thursday with one count of prostitution and pimping.

According to sheriff’s reports, Case and Hughes were arrested while working at Fine Touch Massage on Atlanta Highway.

Montoya, 26, and Chavez, 50, were apprehended at a Ronald Reagan Boulevard home, while Munoz, 27, and Perez, 38, were arrested at a mobile home on Glen Wallace Drive.

“Through the undercover operations we were able to determine there was pimping and prostitution taking place,” said Moss, who added that information about illegal activities at all three locations surfaced through complaints from the public.

“This is part of our continuing investigation in the areas of vice and prostitution in Forsyth County,” he said.