NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - North Charleston police are investigating an incident at the Broken Anchor Mobile Home Park on Stall Road. Police have charged three people with solicitation for prostitution.
The incident happened shortly before midnight Tuesday when police received a call about a possible robbery. Upon arrival at the trailer, detectives found the front window broken and a vehicle parked in the driveway. Three male victims told police that two white females knocked on the door and when the victim opened the door the females entered the mobile home.
The men recognized one of the females as a prostitute they were involved with in the past. Once inside, solicitation for sex took place, but according to the victims, they declined. At that point, one of the women stole money out of his wallet, a victim told police.
The victims attempted to keep the females inside of the residence to recover the money, but one of the women called a man to come help them. Shortly after, two men arrived and began knocking on the door and window to get the women. As a result, the window was broken and the women ran out of the trailer. The men never entered the residence.
Officers located the suspects a few minutes later in the area. Police charged 55-year-old Michael Howard Sease, of Goose Creek, 22-year-old Katrina Adkins, of Ladson, 35-year-old Maurice Johnson, of Goose Creek, with solicitation for prostitution.
Warrants are being drawn up for the arrest of a fourth suspect, Cindy Droze, of Moncks Corner.
The North Charleston crime scene unit responded and processed the scene. The vehicle was towed to a warehouse to be processed.