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"Let the word go forward, this is not our last operation, because we like it." GALLERY: All 78 suspects (story continues below) Charges: Solicit Prostitution – Sexual intercourse; Battery on a LEO (touched the UC) Summary: Married – Employed by Sears at the Lakeland Mall as a mechanic; receives government assistance (food stamps) The arrestees varied in occupation, and some -- like a retired American Airlines pilot and an information technology manager out of Lakeland -- had reputable jobs.
"We seemed to have every thug and reprobate in central Florida under arrest," Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd told WFTV.
Many suspected Nicole of being a sadistic stalker who was in love with Morgan Braithwaite (Bonnie Soper), however when Morgan confronted Nicole with the allegation, she was shocked to learn the two were in fact half sisters.
After a long period of flirting, Nicole began to date her boss Maia Jeffries (Anna Jullienne) but they broke up following the revelation Maia was a murderer.
Undercover deputies with the Polk County Sheriff's Office spent just four days arresting the suspects, targeted through websites used to solicit prostitution, according to a press release.
10 and 13 all have one thing in common: they're all suspects in a massive prostitution investigation.
Nicole arrived to Shortland Street after winning a job in September 2009.
Nicole was devastated when Morgan was struck by a car and killed and quickly leapt into a relationship with Maia.
However the pressure caught Nicole and she fled Ferndale.
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