2 charged in Fergus with prostitution

Published 10:53am Thursday, June 6, 2013

Two men were charged for a prostitution sting in Fergus Falls this spring.

Kevin Lee Bolles, 37, of Moorhead, and James Joseph Caswell, 29, were each charged in Otter Tail County District Court with one felony count of solicitation, inducement and promotion of prostitution. They had their first court appearances May 30.

According to the criminal complaint, Bolles had texted with an informant from April 21 to May 21 stating he had three willing girls (ages 21, 25, 28) available and asked if the informant was looking to “hook up.” The informant reportedly made a pre-payment with a credit card of $250, and a sting was set up by the West Central Minnesota Drug Task Force May 28 at a Fergus Falls motel.

Bolles, Caswell and a woman showed up at the motel and the informant gave $300 to the woman, the report says. Bolles allegedly was to get part of the payment for driving Caswell and the woman to the motel from Fargo.

The next court appearances for Bolles and Caswell are scheduled for June 10.

  • drbellows

    Yeah, this is illegal, but go ahead and murder your unborn. THAT’S okay.

  • kamso21

    Hahaha Really? You are going to turn it into that? It wasn’t even brought up…

  • Richard Olson

    Here’s a connection for you Don. Convict the mother of prostitution or the father of a born child of some crime then you can take away their food stamps and starve the little beggar to death.

    Conservatives are only pro-life before birth after birth most could give a rats patootie

  • misspriss

    I never knew hookers took charge cards!

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