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OKC Police Arrest 2 Accused Of Prostituting Juvenile

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Andrea Leroy (left) and Natasha McCanne (right) Andrea Leroy (left) and Natasha McCanne (right)
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Oklahoma City Police arrested two women suspected of aiding in the prostitution of a 16-year-old runaway from Shawnee.

On November 7, an undercover police officer contacted an escort service listed in the Yellow Pages, and arranged for a female to come to his hotel room.

The female arrived and offered to perform sexual acts in exchange for money. The officer arrested her for prostitution. She was later identified as a juvenile who'd run away from Shawnee.

Officers say 18-year-old Natasha McCanne dropped the girl off at the hotel. Police located her and arrested her on a complaint of transporting a child for the purpose of prostitution. Officers say she also had two small baggies of marijuana, and was booked on a complaint of drug possession.

Police say 26-year-old Andrea Leroy was connected to the case. She was arrested on suspicion of aiding in prostitution.

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