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Police arrest 9 men in Orangeburg undercover prostitution sting

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Pictured clockwise from left to right:  Derrick Brooks, Allen Brown Jr., Quinn Tyler, Roland Salley, Justin Edmonds, Kenneth Lucas, Claudio Solis, Eleazar Gomez and David Shoemaker. Pictured clockwise from left to right: Derrick Brooks, Allen Brown Jr., Quinn Tyler, Roland Salley, Justin Edmonds, Kenneth Lucas, Claudio Solis, Eleazar Gomez and David Shoemaker.
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC -

The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office arrested nine men after an undercover prostitution sting Thursday night.

Authorities say they received numerous complaints about prostitution in the Edisto Drive and Main Street area. Thursday night's sting was to curb some of the traffic in those areas and put everyone on notice that police will continue our efforts to make Orangeburg County safer.

All 9 men were charged with solicitation of prostitution.

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