Three Arrested in Sioux Falls Prostitution Case
Three people from out-of-state are charged in the latest prostitution bust in Sioux Falls.
Information Officer Sam Clemens says the three were arrested Tuesday night, after officers in the Street Crimes Unit noticed an online ad and got in touch with two women who were staying at a hotel in northwest Sioux Falls.
Clemens says the women appeared to have arrived in the city together, but were unaware that the officers posing as customers had made two separate appointments.
He says the officers learned four people had rented three rooms at the hotel, with two rooms used for the women to meet the "customers" while two people were in the third room.
Clemens says a man in the third room, 26-year-old Nathaniel Douglas Cael of Fresno, California was arrested for pimping and promoting prostitution.
He says 21-year-old Latresa Ann Richardson of Albertville, Minnesota and 22-year-old Bianca Trishayla Greene of Glendale, California were arrested on prostitution charges and a third woman, a 19-year-old from San Jose, California, was not charged.
Clemens says there was no evidence of human trafficking in the case.