The office of Alamance County’s sheriff has arrested 13 men in a sting operation that zeroed in on people engaged in prostitution and similar offenses.
The sheriff’s office announced the arrests of 13 alleged “johns” on Friday – two days after the agency cast its dragnet to snare individuals “involved in prostitution and human trafficking…in and around Alamance County.”
The suspects caught in this particular sting are all accused of “soliciting prostitution” and hail, by and large from areas outside of Alamance County. Twelve of these individuals were released after their arrests on written promises to appear in court.
The only suspect in this sting to be held under an actual bond is Tkyree Denard Speller. A 25-year-old from 1290 Patriot Pointe Drive in Hillsboro, Speller faces numerous drug-related charges in addition to one count of soliciting prostitution. According to the sheriff’s office,
Speller has been accused of the possession with the intent to sell or distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, and an unspecified Schedule II controlled substance, as well as the simple possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. His bond has been set at $70,000.
The following are the names, ages, and addresses of the other 12 suspects:
- Cresencio Layunas Abarca, 56, 2173 North Church Street, Burlington;
- Juan Pablo Bonilla-Reyes, 35, 335 Martin Drive, Axton, Virginia;
- William Edward Brandley, 54, 12200 Limebay Lane, Raleigh;
- Terence James Freas, 33, 7201 Eliza Lane, Mebane;
- Roger Darren Hall, 53, 600 Bear Creek Path, Morrisville;
- Terrell Jamal Pickett, 24, 589 Pimlico Circle, Whitsett;
- Lak Man Rai, 34, 2019 Twain Road, Greensboro;
- Shawn Quincy Royster, 45, 1402 Hawthorne Lane, Burlington;
- Ernest Tyron Satterfield, 49, 6761 Coble Creek Road, Apartment 1-B, Whitsett;
- Elliot Spratt, 49, 800-G Greenhaven Drive, Greensboro;
- Stevyn Jamal Thompson-Dilworth, 35, 1506 Hook Street, Greensboro; and
- William Grant Woodard, 46, 6725 Holt’s Store Road, Julian.
All details on suspects, their charges, and mug shots based on information released by the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office.