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Federal Judge Sentences Milwaukee Pimp to 20 Years’ Imprisonment
U.S. Attorney’s Office June 17, 2015

Eastern District of Wisconsin (414) 297-1700

United States Attorney James L. Santelle announced that United States District Judge Lynn S. Adelman has sentenced Milwaukee resident Troy Randle, age 37, to 20 years’ imprisonment following Randle’s conviction on two federal sex-trafficking counts. The sex-trafficking counts involved two separate minor females.

Evidence introduced at Randle’s sentencing showed that he began prostituting both of the child-victims when they were just 14 years old and that he prostituted them through their 17th birthdays until his arrest by federal authorities in January of 2014. Further evidence introduced by the United States showed that Randle’s sex trafficking of these two minors took place in Milwaukee through street prostitution and at hotels; in Chicago, Illinois; Dubuque and Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Ft. Wayne, Indiana; and South Dakota. Randle ordinarily accompanied the victim-girls to these cities and provided the transportation. Randle controlled them through false expressions of love and loyalty as well as through his physical abuse of both. Randle advertised the prostitution services of both victims through postings to Backpage.com.

In making this public announcement, United States Attorney Santelle stated: “The sentence most appropriately imposed by Judge Adelman on this defendant is a genuine reflection of both the horrific victimization suffered by these two girls and the terrible impact that this type of criminal behavior has on the life and the well-being of our communities.” Santelle stated further: “The investigation and prosecution of sex-trafficking cases in the Eastern District of Wisconsin is among the highest priorities of my office, and we will continue to pursue the perpetrators of this heinous conduct with all of the resources available to us.”

Randle was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Joseph R. Wall. United States Attorney Santelle commended AUSA Wall and the partnered law enforcement agencies responsible for investigating Randle’s trafficking enterprise—namely, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Milwaukee Police Department, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
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Former Fresno Police Officer Accused of Pimping Girlfriend
Posted 10:26 PM, July 25, 2015, by Ben Deci

ORANGEVALE —

She ran a house cleaning business in Orangevale, but police say 29-year-old Alicia Stapleton had a job on the side, too — as a prostitute working at the moonlight Bunny Ranch in Reno.

According to a search warrant from the Fresno Police Department, she worked in the sex trade in Fresno too.

That’s where police say they arrested her when she came to a hotel room dressed as a maid, cleaned and offered to perform sexy acts with an undercover officer for money.

But it was what they found when confiscated her cell phone that makes this more than just your average solicitation case.

Law enforcement says the evidence makes it clear that Stapleton’s boyfriend was a Police Lieutenant who worked for Fresno Police Department at the time.

These pictures use in her on-line advertisements were taken in Lt. Bob Knight’s bathroom.

Police say Lt. Knight was acting as Stapleton’s pimp, setting up dates for her, and negotiating prices for her time.
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July 25, 2015

Neal Falls, the man shot to death by a prostitute after he attacked her on Saturday, had a cache of weapons and a list of online escorts inside his vehicle, police said Wednesday.

The items, as well as statements the woman said Falls made to her, led police to suspect he may have been involved in other unsolved crimes.

“He had a machete, shovel, two axes, a bunch of knives, a double-headed ax, a bulletproof vest, numerous sets of handcuffs, as well as the firearm used to kill him,” Lt. Steve Cooper of the Charleston, West Virginia, police department, told The Huffington Post.

Police also found a list containing the names of an unspecified number of women inside the man’s vehicle.

“We have been able to locate most of them and they were all on a website advertising for escort services,” Cooper said. “The stuff that we found is so alarming that we want law enforcement across the country to be aware of it.”

Falls, 45, was killed on Saturday after he met a female escort through Backpage.com, an online classified ad portal often used by men seeking prostitutes. Falls went to the escort’s Charleston apartment, and got into a brief but intense altercation with her, police said.

“Nearly immediately after he stepped into her apartment, he said ‘live or die’ and a struggle ensued,” Cooper said. “[Falls] laid his gun on a counter so that he could get a firmer grip around the victim’s throat with both his hands and she was able to scoop that weapon up and fire one round, killing Mr. Falls.”

The escort, who has not been identified, was hospitalized with multiple injuries, including broken vertebrae. Authorities have determined the shooting was a justifiable homicide.

Police on Wednesday said they had been unable to find much information about Falls. The vehicle he was driving was registered to an Oregon address, where he no longer resides. Employment records found by police indicate he had previously worked as a security guard. But authorities were unable to find a next of kin, suggesting he had been living off the grid.

READ: Police Investigate Man Killed After Assaulting Escort

“We have examined as many investigation avenues as we can and have not been able to come up with much information about him,” Cooper said. “It does not appear he had a residence and we’ve done a thorough background and the only family members that come up are either deceased or unable to be found. We’ve got very little information on this guy. It’s almost like he was a ghost.”

HuffPost on Wednesday used online records to locate Falls’ sister, Joanna Olah, who was unaware her younger brother had been killed.

“It is amazing [the police] could not find us because he has six brothers and three sisters,” Olah said.

Falls’ sister said family members have not been in contact with him since January, when his mother died.

“He took that real hard,” Olah said. “He said, ‘The only person who mattered in his life is no longer here.’ He deleted everybody on Facebook and we haven’t been able to get ahold of him since.”

HuffPost put Olah in contact with Charleston police, who are gathering additional information on him.

Authorities are now trying to determine whether Falls is connected to unsolved crimes, including a recent series of deaths and disappearances in nearby Chillicothe, Ohio.

The items found inside Falls’ car, as well as statements Saturday’s victim attributed to him, lead police to suspect it was not the first time he has attacked a woman. The woman on Wednesday recounted some of those statements to Charleston’s WCHS-TV.

“I knew he was there to kill me,” she said. “I could tell that he had already done something, because he said he was going to prison for a long time and that’s when I knew he was going to kill me.”


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