Police: Woman Charging $240 for Hour of Sexual Services
Undercover detectives followed up on an Internet advertisement, which led them to the Holiday Inn on Washington Street, according to a police report.
A 23-year-old California woman was charging $140 for a half hour of sexual services and $240 for an hour, according to a Somerville police report.
Police arrested Alejandra Marmolejo at about 3:50 p.m. on June 14 at 30 Washington St.—the Holiday Inn—and charged her with sexual conduct for a fee.
According to the report, undercover detectives found an online advertisement offering sexual services, and one of the detectives called the number listed and arranged to meet Marmolejo at the hotel.
Once there, the report says, Marmolejo asked if the detective were with law enforcement and grabbed his hands, attempting to place them on her breasts—a technique, according to the report, used to weed out law enforcement officials.
"No contact was made," the report says, but Marmolejo allegedly continued with the encounter, collecting $140 from the detective and putting the money in her Coach purse.
She told the detective she had "rules of engagement" that included no kissing, the report says.
According to the report, she began to disrobe, told the detective to disrobe, and put a Magnum Trojan condom on the nightstand. At this point, the detective called in the arrest team, the report says.
Please note that allegations contained in police reports do not indicate a conviction.