• Broken Arrow police track down possible clients after prostitution, HIV-spreading bust

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    BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - Quick Facts:

    • Police arrested Walter Brazington Jr. and Tiffany Roach in mid-November
    • Roach was accused of intending to transfer HIV; read more about the arrests HERE
    • Now police hope to find possible clients to warn them about their findings

     

    Broken Arrow police hope they can help clients to whom a suspected prostitute possibly exposed HIV. 

    On Nov. 22, officers arrested Walter Brazington Jr. and Tiffany Roach in a prostitution bust. Among the complaints,  officers say Tiffany Roach intended to spread HIV. 

    Now, officers want to track down clients and inform them of the possible exposure. 

    Over the course of a months-long investigation, they spotted several vehicles at the suspected  house of prostitution. The owners of those vehicles will receive letters from the department. 

    The letters read:

    Dear (REDACTED),

    On October 31, 2017 at approximately 10:00 a.m. a (REDACTED) registered in your name with Oklahoma license plate (REDACTED) was observed at 804 C South 9th Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, which is an area of concern about crimes that affect quality of life, including prostitution. The police department is actively addressing chronic pr oblems in the community through criminal investigations, surveillance, patrols, and Neighborhood Watch programs. For the public's safety, we encourage everyone to be aware of his or her surroundings and to report any suspicious activity to 911. If you no longer own the above vehicle or if this notice was sent in error, please disregard it. 

    The Broken Arrow Police Department recently arrested an employee of this business for knowingly transmitting an infectious disease. 

    The Broken Arrow Police Department is working closely with citizens to improve the quality of life in our community. If you have any questions or would like more information about our efforts to reduce crime, fear and disorder in Broken Arrow, please call the Special Investigations Unit at 918-451-8200 ext. 8793.

     


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