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While the high-profile arrest Friday of an Austin Peay coach accused of patronizing prostitution may have made headlines, many others have been caught in an ongoing operation to crack down on a crime that police say is often associated with other serious crimes in Clarksville.
Since Jan. Of those, 62 were charged with patronizing prostitution or promoting prostitution and 12 were charged with prostitution, according to CPD records. Officers targeted people who were looking for prostitutes in an effort to not only crack down on prostitution but to prevent assaults and robberies that are often associated with prostitution, according to a CPD press release.
Such crackdowns have become common since mid when the department actively started responding to ads on the website, using phones collected from prostitutes they arrested to identify potential johns and even posting their own ads offering sex for money. In a number of cases, men arrived at motels to meet a prostitute and were robbed by men instead. There have even been cases of human trafficking of underage girls in Clarksville.