WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Eight people were charged in a Winston-Salem prostitution sting during April.
The following suspects were charged:
- Anthony Dean Creason, 56, of Clement Street in Winston-Salem, was cited for soliciting prostitution.
- Devon Sherita Littlejohn, 31, of Beaumont Drive in Orlando, Florida, was charged with soliciting prostitution, prostitution and was served a fugitive warrant. She is being held without bond.
- Holly Grace Brubaker, 19, of Waterbury Street in Winston-Salem, was cited for soliciting prostitution and prostitution.
- Joshua Andrew Raker, 39, of East Rhyne Avenue in Winston-Salem, was cited for soliciting prostitution.
- Marcus Tyrone Redd, 30, was cited for prostitution.
- Michelle Nicole Walton, 31, of Belews Creek Road in Winston-Salem, was cited for soliciting prostitution and prostitution.
- Nichole Enid Rivera Rosario, 21, of East Lake Ridge Road in Raeford, is charged with soliciting prostitution; prostitution; possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II drug; possession of marijuana; two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a vehicle for the purpose of keeping a criminal substance. She is being held on a $10,000 bond.
- Richard Wayne Berryhill Jr., 49, of Greenhill Road in Mocksville, was cited for soliciting prostitution.
Winston-Salem police say the world's oldest profession is changing with the times. Many are soliciting for sex online and investigators are there too.
"We are monitoring online prostitution as well as the street level -- that's no secret," said Lt. William Penn. "We want folks to know when you are soliciting online you could be dealing with an officer."
Investigators say it's not uncommon for prostitution suspects to travel here from out of town in an effort to remain anonymous in their hometown.
How much does the world's oldest profession pay these days? Investigators say between $60 and $600 dollars an hour depending on the service.