Police arrested a Lincolnton, Ga., woman for prostitution last week after they say she accepted money in exchange for sex in Thomson.
Thomson Investigator Capt. Jamie Bridges said police were called to a residence on Clary Street on Feb. 7 to investigate a suspicious vehicle. When they arrived, a man told them that 51-year-old Pamela Brown brought him to the residence to have sex in exchange for money. Brown admitted to the charge, Bridges said.
“She has prior history of that type of act,” he said.
Brown pleaded no contest to prostitution charges in 1998 and was found guilty in 2001 of sodomy and solicitation.
She is also charged with reckless conduct.
• A 21-year-old Warrenton man was charged with theft by receiving stolen property Friday after police found a gun during a search of the car he was in.
According to an incident report, officers pulled over a vehicle that was blaring loud music and found a Rossi .357 Magnum with six rounds in the possession of a passenger, Milton Kendricks, of the 100 block of Story Road. Kendricks told police he found the gun on the side of the road. Officers found that the gun had been reported stolen out of Richmond County.
Officers charged another passenger, Nicholus D. Brown, 22, of the 1200 block of Huntley Circle, with possession of marijuana.