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 Seven women and three men arrested in prostitution roundup along Dundas Street    
 Author:  Butch McLarty
 Dated:  Monday, August 10 2009 @ 03:40 PM EDT
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    BREAKING NEWS: Seven women and three men arrested in prostitution round-up along Dundas Street


    IN RESPONSE TO COMPLAINTS from neighbourhood businesses along Dundas Street from Maitland Street to Rectory Street in east London regarding prostitution activity, London Police arrested 10 people, seven women and three men over a three-day period for Communicating for Purpose of Prostitution.

    The men were in their mid-50s, two of them residing in London and the third was from West Lorne.

    Charges were also laid against a man and woman found "committing an indecent act behind a downtown business."




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  • Seven women and three men arrested in prostitution roundup along Dundas Street | 3 comments | Create New Account
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    Uncle Sam is watching us.
    Authored by: Protestant on Monday, August 10 2009 @ 04:32 PM EDT
    I don't have a problem with Uncle Sam IF he's watching for the specific purpose of ensuring our safety.
    I suggest he keep an eye on www.altlondon.org for the latest breaking news and views.
    Like for instance, Bove said "keep in your own lane and don't talk about stuff you aren't authorized to talk about"...well I think we are all authorized to talk about these airplanes that are seemingly playing chicken in the air. They might crash and kill somebody. I saw one today, just over Oxford Street by Cherryhill, around 1:P:M and it was so low I could've yelled "hey you, get in your own lane" and the pilot would've heard me...of course I do have a very loud voice.
    Seven women and three men arrested in prostitution roundup along Dundas Street
    Authored by: Sapphire on Monday, August 10 2009 @ 09:42 PM EDT
    I know what you're talking about. A friend of mine was in the Dragon Races at Fanshawe park last Saturday. She said that while she and others were paddling the boat out in the lake, this large passenger plane flew over them. She said it was about 30 feet above them when it flew over the boat. She said she could see people through the windows of the plane and she waved to them.

    She thought the plane was way too low to the ground, too.
    Seven women and three men arrested in prostitution roundup along Dundas Street
    Authored by: Betty McLarty on Wednesday, August 12 2009 @ 04:42 PM EDT

    The actual Dragon Boat Race Festival is this coming weekend on Saturday,
    August 15 and Sunday, August 16.

    See upcoming community events in the left-hand galley of Altlondon.

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