GA: Georgia deputy police chief arrested in Florida for soliciting prostitution

Source: 9/2/22

A Georgia deputy police chief was arrested in Florida after he allegedly solicited prostitution in the Sunshine State.

Cartersville Deputy Police Chief Jason DiPrima was arrested Thursday in Polk County, Florida.

He faces charges of soliciting another for prostitution, lewdness or assignation.

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What’s wrong with that I’m pretty sure 9 out of 10 men have had some kind of encounter with females in the sex Business whether It’s strip clubs, escorts, websites, only fans, instagram, Facebook it’s all the same.
poor guy is about to lose his whole career just for trying pick up a 304 sad

You all realize that is Sheriff Grady Judd’s jurisdiction, right? The sheriff who rails on a soapbox about cleaning up his county during sweeps week? Will he use this gent in his same profession as an example or give him professional courtesy by not?

If he gets convicted, will he too be forced to Register?

Maybe this guy was just doing research on how to infiltrate the business for another trafficking sweeps week?

This Is a misdemeanor in the first degree, punishable with a minimum 10 days of incarceration, $5000 fine, and the loss of your vehicle if your vehicle is used in driving to commit the offense. Not sure if it’s a registrable offense but I hope not. Even so, it’s a heavy penalty for this guy in addition to losing his job.

Last edited 6 months ago by MatthewLL