String of prostitution arrests made
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A string of prostitution arrests were made Nov. 15 in Marietta after undercover police responded to several “escorting” ads posted on the website The arrest warrants state that the women who were arrested either invited the officers to a motel room or were invited to theirs, asked for payment from $75 to $200 and then were apprehended.

Kiah Jackson, 32, of Lithia Springs was charged with possession of marijuana and prostitution, after police say her ad led to a deal for $75 in exchange for sexual intercourse. She was released on a bond of $1,320 Tuesday, Nov. 19, jail records indicate.

Meghan MacLellan, 18, of Worchester, Mass., was also charged with prostitution. According to the arrest warrant, a deal was made to travel to an undercover officer’s hotel for sexual intercourse for $180. She was issued bond of $1,320, but has not been released, according to inmate records.

Destiny Kagler, 18, of Smyrna was arrested on prostitution charges after police say her Backpage ad led to a meeting with an undercover officer asking for $150 for sexual intercourse. She has been issued a bond for $1,320, but remains in jail, according to inmate records.

Fredericka Walker, 20, of Smyrna was arrested after she was contacted by an undercover officer to whom she then reportedly offered sexual intercourse for $200. She has been granted a $1,320 bond, but has not been released, according to jail records.

Regina Franklin, 31, of Conyers and Lauren Westfall, 19, of Beaufort, S.C., were both arrested on prostitution charges after an undercover officer responded to their ad.

According to the warrant, they offered sexual intercourse and oral sex for $200. Each was given a bond of $1,320 and were released, jail records indicate.

Briana Sampler, 20, of Teaneck, N.J., was also arrested after her Backpage ad led an undercover cop to her motel room. The warrant states she offered sexual intercourse for $140. She was issued a bond of $1,320, but has not been released, according to inmate records.

— Iris Garrett, MDJ newsroom intern
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