Nearly Two Dozen Men Arrested in Little Rock Police Illegal Sex Sting

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Nearly two dozen men were arrested after a sting that police say lasted more than two days.

Little Rock's VICE squad conducted an illegal sex sting this week on the city's southwest side. Over two days and two locations, police busted 21 men trying to hire an undercover officer for sex.

The stings were conducted on Production Drive near Baseline and Mitchell Drive near Geyer Springs.

Courtney Goodwin lives in Little Rock and was washing his car near where the sting was happening.

"I see a couple of people walking, washing their cars late at night but nothing too serious where prostitution or anything like that," says Courtney Goodwin.

Little Rock Police say one of the suspects is Stanley Wilson, 61, an employee at Baptist Health. According to Baptist Health's website, he's the director of Pastoral Care, a department that provides emotional support to patients.

Investigators say one of the other suspects is Cameron Henderson, 25, a City of Little Rock employee.

LRPD routinely conducts prostitution stings.

They organized one last year where more than 40 people were busted.


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