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Press Release: Prostitution / Vice Arrests
Agency: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
Station Area: Southwest
Written Date: 11/27/19 Time: 5:30 PM
Incident Date: 11/26/19 Time:  
Incident Location: City of Temecula
Reporting Officer: Sergeant Robert Menchaca
File Number(s): Numerous

Details:

On Tuesday, November 26, 2019, at the direction of Sheriff Chad Bianco, Temecula Sheriff Special Teams coordinated and conducted a prostitution sting targeting males and females soliciting sexual favors in exchange for money in the city of Temecula.  The Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Taskforce (RCHTTF) along with personnel from the Perris Sheriff’s Station assisted with the vice operation.   During this operation, the following 11 people were arrested and booked at the Cois Byrd Detention Center: 

Michael Miranda Dajene Corlley Adrian Davis
Jeisson Cantor-Diaz Huzaif Shariff Jeseph Vitanza
Mario Paz Madison Hitzke Jamie Smith
Michael Newman Dionicio Segura-Gonzales

Michael Miranda, HMA, 31 – year - old resident of Valley Center, prostitution
Dajene Corlley, BFA,  24 – year - old resident of Menifee, prostitution  
Adrian Davis, BMA, 22 – year - old resident of Menifee, prostitution
Jeisson Cantor-Diaz, HMA, 30 – year – old resident of Lake Elsinore, prostitution
Huzaif Shariff, OMA, 25 – year - old resident of Lake Elsinore, prostitution
Joseph Vitanza, WMA, 38 – year – old resident of Temecula, prostitution
Mario Paz, HMA, 37 – year – old resident of Fallbrook, prostitution
Madison Hitzke, BMA,  24 – year – old resident of Temecula, prostitution
Jamie Smith, WFA, 27 – year – old resident of Oceanside, prostitution
Michael Newman, WMA, 46 – year – old resident of Menifee, prostitution and possession of illegal narcotics
Dionicio Segura-Gonzales, HMA, 24 – year – old resident of Valley Center, prostitution

Temecula Sheriff Special Teams will continue to work vice operation stings in the Temecula area to improve quality of life, deter prostitution and human trafficking as it pertains to sex trafficking.  Anyone with questions regarding this operation or questions about human trafficking are encouraged to call Deputy Vigil at the Temecula Sheriff’s Station (951) 696-3119 or the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Taskforce (855) 758-3733

Citizens may also submit a tip using the Sheriff's CrimeTips online form.

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