Friday, September 20, 2013

Police Raid and Arrest 10 People at Adult Porn Studio In Arizona

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By: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

PHOENIX, AZ -   A total of 10 people have been arrested at an Adult Film Company that was raided last night in what police are describing as a prostitution string operation.
The raid is the conclusion of a six-month investigation by local Arizona Vice police and Federal agents.  Once again the Adult Entertainment Industry is being spotlighted with a negative tone!

According to Sgt. Steve Martos, the FBI assisted the Phoenix Police Department’s Vice Squad division on the 6-month investigation.
The Adult porn label known as New Media Studio, allegedly had been conducting illicit activities for more than a year at their office-park building located off of 40th Street and University near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.  According to investigators, the Adult Film Label marketed and advertised their business services exclusively online.
“It is my understanding that individuals would come here … select a female, and this business would charge them $140 for a half hour, and they would receive either still photographs or a video,” Phoenix Police Sgt. Steve Martos told FOX Channel 10  News.

Sgt. Martos continued…”What they were advertising was pretty open… which obviously caught the attention of investigators.”
Among the 10 people arrested on prostitution charges was the Adult Film Label owner William Hartwell.
No word yet if bail has been granted to any of the employees who were taken into custody last night including owner Hartwell.

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