Prostitution Bust Involves Chattanooga Hotel and Nightclub

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Updated: 10/07/2013 7:24 pm
CHATTANOOGA, TN, (WDEF)-Tatiana Wallace has been charged with transporting women for prostitution purposes across state lines.

The agency DreamGirl Companions had been operating from Maine down to Florida and throughout the Tennessee and Georgia.

"Agents and police officers gathered here at Electric Cowboy and they took Tatiana Wallace into custody only last Friday"

However she was on Chattanooga police radar since last month.
They set up a sting operation at the Sheraton.

Manager Jen Prpich,"was surprised to see that their sting was going to be here at the Sheraton Reed House."

However Manager Jen Prpich says it's important to combat this activity before it gets out of hand.

"We are glad to participate in anything that will stop that type of behavior from happening in our city, it's completely unacceptable and we are happy to see Chattanooga Police Dept take such serious efforts to prevent these type of crimes"

A Local Escort told news 12 that its hard to run agencies that cross state lines.

"To do them in more than one state is not, because well a lot of those girls will travel from state to state and make really good money, don't think that you can have that many agencies and be able to manage them all because your only one person"

The tip off came late last week when Federal agents discovered a plane ticket for 29 year old  Wallace was purchased to move a DreamGirl companion from Chattanooga to Salt Lake City.

Tatiana Wallace has been charged with transporting women for prostitution purposes across state lines.
        The agency DreamGirl Companions had been operating from Maine down to Florida and throughout the Tennessee and Georgia.

"Agents and police officers gathered here at Electric Cowboy and they took Tatiana Wallace into custody only last Friday"

However she was on Chattanooga police radar since last month.
They set up a sting operation at the Sheraton.

Manager Jen Prpich,"was surprised to see that their sting was going to be here at the Sheraton Reed House."

However Manager Jen Prpich says it's important to combat this activity before it gets out of hand.

"We are glad to participate in anything that will stop that type of behavior from happening in our city, it's completely unacceptable and we are happy to see Chattanooga Police Dept take such serious efforts to prevent these type of crimes"

Local Escort Miss Vanessa told news 12 that its hard to run agencies that cross state lines.

"To do them in more than one state is not, because well a lot of those girls will travel from state to state and make really good money, don't think that you can have that many agencies and be able to manage them all because your only one person"

The tip off came late last week when Federal agents discovered a plane ticket for 29 year old  Wallace was purchased to move a DreamGirl companion from Chattanooga to Salt Lake City.


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