Originally written on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 3/15/13

This was a “How to Catch a Predator” type of sting, but instead of catching pedophiles, they went after men who like to solicit male prostitutes. A spokesperson for the Wake Forest Police Department stated that the 48-year-old was “one of six men who responded to an advertisement posted by undercover police on a website often used by prostitutes.” “The locations prostitutes choose for this type of criminal activity vary and seldom remain the same for more than a couple of days at a time, which makes enforcement difficult,” Police Chief Jeffrey Leonard said in a statement. “In this instance, we conducted the operation at a local hotel with its full cooperation. We are not aware of this type of criminal activity ever occurring at the hotel. Our officers selected the hotel for the undercover operation at random.” Raymer, who won the 2004 World Series of Poker, was released on $1000 bond, has a court appearance scheduled for April 18th.

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3 Comments:
  • He wanted to go "All In"
  • What a dork. Stop feeding your face, and get on a bike, and you can get a real girlfriend. What a dork.
  • Not to surprizing that he needs to pay for it...hell his face is bigger than a pizza so his ass must take up two seats. Even for money I'll bet alot of hookers told him to take his fat asss for a hike.
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