According to the Tuscaloosa Police Department, a July campaign to suppress prostitution solicitation was successful as 33 arrests were made.

 

(Photos courtesy of the Tuscaloosa Police Department.)

"The National Johns Suppression Initiative Month" is growing popularity across the country. However, the City of Tuscaloosa is said to be the only city in the state or the Southeast that participated with a record number of arrests.

Charges included solicitation, traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act, unlawful possession of marijuana, possession of forged instrument, charges related to counterfeit money and four firearms were seized.

For more on the initiative, check out the Tuscaloosa Police's post on Facebook.