A war of words has developed after a child prostitution ring investigation. Colorado Attorney General John Suthers used the case to demand a website stop posting ads for sexual services.
A child-trafficking ring coerced or lured at least four girls under the age of 18 into prostitution in five Colorado cities, state Attorney General John Suthers said Monday.
Police arrested more than a dozen prostitutes in an overnight sting operation, including a man with AIDS.
Three Colorado residents have been arrested on suspicion of bringing a 14-year-old girl to Utah for prostitution.
A 17-year-old girl said she ran away from a home where she was being held as a prostitute. Three people, Frank Devoe, Chester Gray and Ryann Pangle are facing charges related to child prostitution and kidnapping.
Mayor-Elect Michael Hancock has released at least five months worth of personal cell phone records in response to media requests for those records. The release follows media reports suggesting a link between Hancock and a now defunct prostitution business known as Denver Players/Denver Sugar.
Investigators in a Denver-area prostitution case say a mansion in Douglas County was the base for a sophisticated prostitution ring with ties to strip clubs in the city.
Colorado Springs authorities are defending assigning seven detectives to spend $700 at a strip club as part of a liquor compliance audit and prostitution sting.
House lawmakers have given preliminary approval to a bill raising the fines for soliciting prostitution to create a scared-straight-type program aimed at discouraging sex solicitation in Colorado.
A statewide network of “john schools” for men caught seeking prostitutes is closer to approval in Colorado.