UPDATED WITH ADDITIONAL DETAILS.
A Dormont woman who police said advertised to make "neglected men feel like kings" has been charged with prostitution.
Pittsburgh’s vice unit had been tracking Talaya Rodriguez, 29, of the 1100 block of Illinois Avenue, as part of an ongoing prostitution investigation, according to Richard Dwyer, Dormont’s acting chief. She had been operating in Brookline and recently began operating in Dormont, he said.
An undercover Pittsburgh detective met with Rodriguez and was solicited on Tuesday night, he said.
Dormont officers processed the arrest. Rodriguez was charged with one count of prostitution, possessing an instrument of crime—a laptop computer—and possessing drug paraphernalia.
Police recovered $2,110 cash, two appointment books, several cell phones, two crack pipes and various unknown pills.
An ad tied to a phone number police said she used read, "My magic hands will make all of you neglected men out there feel like Kings. I offer a sexy completely nude mutual massage."
Voicemail for the number was full.