New London Woman Charged with Prostitution

Two people were charged after an incident at Two Trees Hotel.


A New London woman was charged with prostitution after having an argument with a man subsequently charged with patronizing a prostitute early Friday morning at Two Trees Hotel.

Uniqua Newton, 18, of 750 Colman Street in New London, agreed to have sex in exchange for money with Liyun Lin, 25, of Malden, Mass., according to Ledyard Police Lt. Michael Finkelstein.

The two got in a argument, during which, Newton ran out of the room and Lin called hotel security. Mashantucket Tribal Police, Foxwoods Security and Ledyard Police responded. During the investigation, Newton obstructed police by providing false information to officers.

Newton was charged with prostitution and interfering with police and held on  $500 bond and given a Jan. 4 court date. Lin was charged with patronizing a prostitute and assessed a $500 bond.

gingersnap January 09, 2013 at 01:32 PM
For goodness sake make Prostitution Legal and regulate it as other countries have. It is a victim-less crime which should not be a Crime.


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