Army Colonel, Rogers Lawyer Arrested In Prostitution Sting
A prostitution police sting netted 10 arrests Thursday in Rogers, including a U.S. Army colonel and a local attorney, according to the police department.
Rogers police conducted an undercover sting Thursday directed toward those willing to pay for sex and those willing to engage in sexual activity for a fee. Detectives placed an advertisement on a social media website and waited for responses, before meeting the suspects at a local hotel, according to the Rogers Police Department.
Six men were arrested on suspicion of sexual solicitation. Three women were arrested on suspicion of prostitution. One woman faces a charge of patronizing a prostitute. Sexual solicitation and prostitution are Class B misdemeanors.
David Gilbert Boddington, 57, was among the men arrested. He is listed as a colonel for the U.S. Army.
John Lee Martin, 58, is a Rogers attorney that specializes in bankruptcy and family law.
The following people were arrested:
David Gilbert Boddington, 57 of Fayetteville, Sexual Solicitation;
Dominique Keivon Johnson, 34 of Fayetteville, Sexual Solicitation;
Baiju Binod, 44 of Plano, Texas, Sexual Solicitation;
Juan Alberto Estrada-Perales, 36 of Rogers, Sexual Solicitation;
Mark Lacario Paskel, 23 of Springdale, Sexual Solicitation and Possession of Controlled Substance;
John Lee Martin Jr., 58 of Rogers, Sexual Solicitation and Possession of Controlled Substance;
Vanessa Nicole Minarik, 31 of Rogers, Patronizing a Prostitute;
Sandra Louise Gabbard, 41 of Seligman, Missouri, Prostitution;
Lauren Raylynn Wilson, 34 of Moore, Oklahoma, Prostitution and Theft of Property; and
Lindsay Noell Lovell, 20 of Ft Smith, ProstitutionSubmit Your Photo