2 NC women charged in separate prostitution cases

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Jennifer Konicki and Amy Lauren Gillespie

SALISBURY, N.C. — Two women in Salisbury were charged for engaging in prostitution in two separate cases, according to WBTV.

Police received multiple complaints about women engaging in prostitution along North Long Street so two undercover officers went to the area.

Jennifer Konicki, 42, of East Spencer, walked up to the officers’ unmarked patrol car and mentioned something about “having a good time.”

Then, she climbed into the backseat of the car and offered sex to the officers for $20 to $30.

She suggested they go to a place near Aldi Warehouse in East Spencer and that’s where a marked police car pulled up and arrested her.

Konicki was charged with  engaging in prostitution and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to WBTV. She was place in jail under a $500 bond.

Another woman was arrested after she agreed to meet an undercover officer in an area beside the Dairy Queen on West Innes.

Amy Lauren Gillespie, 32, offered to have sex with the officer for $40, according to WBTV.

The officer told WBTV Gillespie arranged the meeting 15 minutes after his call.

She was charged with conspiring to commit prostitution and possession of drug paraphernalia. Gillespie was released on a written promise to appear in court.