Three Kansas Residents Busted For Prostitution

Posted 2 years ago

By Fred Gough

On Wednesday, detectives from the Reno County Sheriff’s Office conducted a sting and arrested 3 females for prostitution or related offenses. Detectives had been watching some social media sites and noticed information that could be related to prostitution. The sting was conducted with the cooperation of a local motel who’s name officials wouldn’t release.

Arrested were 30-year-old Heidi Joy Koehn, of Inman and 23-year-old Brittany Leah Morris of Winfield. Both are charged with 1 count of prostitution. Also arrested for promoting prostitution was 21-year-old Nikole Jere Buford, of Wichita.

Details of the arrest have not been made public, but Reno County Sheriff Randy Henderson says the arrest are not related to the arrest of the local bondsman last week, that being Dwight Jurgens.


12 Responses to “Three Kansas Residents Busted For Prostitution”

  1. Deron says:

    How is this still illegal?! Pitch forks and torches!! Lets burn these women at the stake!

    • sherry says:

      who died and made u god!?!?!?!?!?! u should burn in hell for being the judgemental sinner that you r!!!!!!! only god has the right to judge and I know u r far from being him

  2. 2 cents says:

    This must be an election year: time to clamp down on all the prostitutes. Round up all the usual suspects.

  3. back in the day says:

    i can remember back in the day like late 60′s and earley 70′s the police did not bother the local hookers or people of the nite life right here in hutchinson

  4. Victimless Crime says:

    Wasting law enforcement resources..Yes, it is against the law but it’s a stupid law because there are no victims. Society is supposedly the victim but what goes on between two consenting adults should be no one’s business. Plenty of hookups have been all about the money, look at Donald Trump and some of his past wives – enough said. How about only investing our resources on crimes that actually involve people that believe they need saving?

  5. stopwasting mymoney says:

    I’m sure they’ll be able to work something out with there local prosecutor or bondsman this is Reno county were talking about. Bet they don’t stay one night in jail with our current prosecutors and bondsmen on the jobs.

  6. Jeff says:

    Obviously some of you don’t know anything about it. Ask some working girls who have been in the business since they were runaway 14 or 15 year olds. Most have been doing it since that age and have pimps who beat the shit out of them when they don’t earn enough money. I can’t think of any woman who wants to have sex with 10 to 15 guys a night…god you people are dumb

    • Victimless Crime says:

      Yes – there may be cases like that but that doesn’t mean all cases are the same. But don’t be naive, there are women out there that see this as a viable option for making money. You can make a point without insulting those that think differently. Children do need protecting but that isn’t what this case is about.

      • sherry says:

        bottom line is ……….. is for the most part is a victimless crime, there are those cases that pt young girls im danger and i pray for those girls everyday. However nobody has the right to judge and we shouldnt.
        But since its ok to plaster these girls names on the internet n every newspaper within 100 miles of hutch lets talk about getting the under aged drinkers and under aged party girls off the streets. These kids were not even mentioned and some of the were 18 19 yrs old, they were arrested the same nite, so lets make examples of them and put their business on the news and make them feel like they ar a huge disappointment to their entire family.

  7. Jeff says:

    well geesh, if you didn’t sound so dumb it would make it harder to call you that.

    • Victimless Crime says:

      There’s a reason that this is called the oldest profession. In older European cultures they take the pimp out of it by legalizing it and licensing it. They require regular STD testing and let women be in charge or their own bodies (same argument used by pro-choice folks) rather than someone else. When there’s nothing but adults involved; I still don’t see where there are any victims. The “John” wants the service. The prostitute has something they want to sell. Legalize it, tax it and be done. For those that feel the same, show up for jury duty when you are called and vote your conscience. It only takes 1 our of 12 to botch a conviction. Be that one and end this waste of our tax money.

  8. Mr Ed says:

    And she said, Tone, let me tell you one thing
    I need 50 dollar to make you holler
    I get paid to do the wild thing?

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