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Undercover Tulsa Officer Arrests Women for Reported Prostitution

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Cortney Cole Cortney Cole
Jessica Duffy Jessica Duffy

An undercover officer busted two women this week in Tulsa for reported prostitution.

Jessica Duffy and Cortney Cole were booked into the Tulsa County Jail for engaging in prostitution and engaging in lewd acts. Both were taken into custody at an area nightclub near 18th and Yale.

Booking information describes that Duffy and Cole met with the undercover Tulsa officer and were paid a total $210. All three went into a private area where Duffy attempted to masturbate the officer.

"Cole covered the act with her body," the officer described in his report.

Duffy and Cole were made aware of the officer's position with the Tulsa Police Department a short time later. Both scheduled for court appearances next week.


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