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Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Multiple Suspects for Solicitation and Promotion of Prostitution

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office SHERIFF ERIC FAGAN MEDIA CONTACT: Michelle Domengoni 281-341-8738 office 832-278-9893 cell [email protected] | FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dec. 13, 2023 Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest Multiple Suspects for Solicitation and Promotion of Prostitution (Fort Bend County, Texas) – Fort Bend County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a total of 16 suspects for Solicitation and Promotion of Prostitution. On December 11 and December 12, 2023, investigators with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, along with multiple other officers who comprise the Human Trafficking Rescue Alliance (HTRA), conducted a proactive undercover buyer operation. The goal of the operation was to identify and arrest sex buyers in order to reduce the demand for victimized sex workers. The operation was conducted at a predetermined location in Missouri City, Fort Bend County, Texas, where members of the Taskforce posed as prostitutes and posted advertisements on websites known for prostitution. When potential “Johns” solicited sex acts for money, the suspects were apprehended at the meeting location. The following 15 suspects were arrested for Solicitation of Prostitution: Jameel Aburamadan, 20; Devin Roy, 38; Lance Parnell, 54; Matthew Wray, 33; Donovan Bankett, 29; Troy Flanagan, 35; Shahzaib Ali, 25; Alexis Garcia-Almaraz, 27; Samuel Omolade, 31; Omer Karar, 33; Edward Pickett, 50; Parker Moss, 27; Errol Lindo, 60; Steven Haley, 30; and James Shillingburg, 43. Additionally, Prince Williams, 31, was arrested for Promotion of Prostitution. The suspects (pictured below) were booked into the Fort Bend County Detention Center. “These illicit actions not only undermine the safety and well-being of our residents, but also contribute to a range of social issues,” said Sheriff Eric Fagan. “We are committed to enforcing the law vigorously to ensure a secure environment for everyone in our community.” -###- About the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office was founded in 1837 and is the largest and most diverse law enforcement agency in Fort Bend County. The Sheriff’s Office has over 900 employees, including 615 sworn peace officers and 22 reserve volunteer deputies dedicated to protecting and serving nearly 900,000 Fort Bend County residents. Among the 10 fastest-growing counties in the nation, Fort Bend covers 885 square miles and includes 21 unincorporated communities. Visit our website | View our 2022 Annual Report Follow us on social media | Address/Location Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office 1840 Richmond Parkway Richmond, TX 77469 Contact Emergency: 9-1-1 Non-emergencies: 281-341-4665

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