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New London Woman Charged with Prostitution

Patch Ledyard, CT --


A New London woman was charged with prostitution after having an argument with a man subsequently charged with patronizing a prostitute early Friday morning at Two Trees Hotel.

Uniqua Newton, 18, of 750 Colman Street in New London, agreed to have sex in exchange for..

Reported by Patch • Saturday, January 5, 2013

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