Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Woman accused of beating down door to offer sex for $10
Aggressive prostitution apparently led to a first-degree burglary charge Thursday against a 26-year-old Lincolnton woman.
Nicole Mary Scarpone of 122 Star Light Drive reportedly forced her way into an apartment on Pembroke Road, near Cox Road and I-85, and asked the three men inside to give her $10 in exchange for sex.
"Defendant stated that she was dropped off over there and had been there before and performed sexual acts, but stated that she was not invited over there tonight and indicated that she just showed up to make some quick money," Officer B.H. Carr wrote in his warrant affidavit. "Ms. Scarpone asked all the male subjects in the apartment if they had $10 for sex."
When Scarpone knocked on the door she reportedly forced her way in and told the men that they owed her $100.
There was at least one woman at the apartment listed as a witness to the events, according to the warrant affidavit.
Scarpone was booked into Gaston County Jail under a $2,000 bond on charges of first-degree burglary and solicit for prostitution.
Via The Gaston Gazette
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