Prostitution Stings Reveal Heroin Connection

A series of prostitution stings in Massachusetts have revealed a connection to illegal drugs.
Over the past several weeks Wrentham Police charged and arrested three women for drug offenses and prostitution. They transferred two others to a treatment facility.
The sting operations were part of the Norfolk County Anti-Crime Task Frce (NORPAC), a joint effort between detectives from the police departments of Wrentham, Plainville, and Walpole. 
Their undercover detectives posed as "Johns" looking to solicit sex.
The women invovled ranged from 19 to 26 years old and allegedly turned to prostitution to fuel their heroin habits. 
Wrentham police say that these women advertised for paid escort services on websites with a reputation for prostitution ads. 
They also claim that the women acted independently without the control of a pimp.
This investigation is onging. Stay with necn for more details. 
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