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Eight arrested in connection with alleged Moreno Valley brothel

September 14, 2012 |  9:01 am
Riverside County sheriff's deputies have arrested eight people in connection with what authorities say was a brothel in a residential neighborhood of Moreno Valley

Riverside County sheriff's deputies have arrested eight people in connection with what authorities say was a brothel in a residential neighborhood of Moreno Valley.

Angel de la Rosa, 30, was charged with pimping and running a brothel at the house in the 12000 block of Graham Street, according to a Sheriff's Department report.

The names of the others arrested in the case were not released.

One woman who worked at the house was arrested, authorities said, and six other people were taken into custody by deputies during an eight-hour sting, after they allegedly solicited sex from an undercover officer posing as a prostitute at the house.

Deputies made the arrests on Aug. 31 but announced them Thursday.

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 -- Sam Quinones
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Photo: Angel de la Rosa. Credit: RIverside County Sheriff's Department

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