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Nine People Arrested in Human Trafficking and Prostitution Investigation in Ocean City

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Nine People Arrested in Ocean City Human Trafficking and Prostitution Investigation. (Photos: OCPD) Nine People Arrested in Ocean City Human Trafficking and Prostitution Investigation. (Photos: OCPD)

OCEAN CITY, Md. - Nine people were arrested at multiple hotels in Ocean City after a joint investigation into human trafficking and prostitution in the resort town.

According to Ocean City Police, officers from OCPD, the Worcester County Bureau of Investigations, Maryland State Police, Berlin Police Department and Homeland Security Investigations Baltimore conducted an operation at some of the area hotels.  On the evenings of May 19 and May 20, nine people were arrested. Search warrants at the hotels also turned up $1,850 in cash, a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS, heroin, cocaine, suboxone, marijuana, hash oil, two prescription stimulants and drug paraphernalia.

Here are the details on those arrested, according to OCPD:

Sonja I. Feiser, 28, of Funkstown, Md.

                - prostitution, general

                -CDS possession - not marijuana

                -outstanding arrest warrant for possession of cocaine in Frederick County, Md.

Feiser was transferred to Worcester County jail on $7,500 bond.

Kendall D. Wysinger, 39, of Severn, Md.

                - pandering-take cause

                -pandering- compensation

                -prostitution - general

                - 2 counts of CDS possession with intent to distribute

                - 2 counts of CDS possession - not marijuana

Wysinger was transferred to Worcester County jail on $50,000 bond.

John P. Ternahan, 37, of Frankford, Del.

                - pandering - take cause

                -pandering- compensation

                -prostitution - general

Ternahan was released after posting $10,000 bond.

Lillyanne R. Horner, 20, of Milton, Del.

                - prostitution- general

Horner was released on personal recognizance

Brooke M. Farley, 34, of Ocean City, Md.

                - prostitution- general

Farley was released on personal recognizance

Taylor E. Lawson, 21, Ellendale, Del.

                - CDS possession - not marijuana

Lawson  was released on personal regognizance

George L. Dunn Jr., 24, of Georgetown, Del.

                - prostitution- general

                -pandering-take cause

                -pandering- compensation

                -CDS possession - not marijuana

Dunn was transferred to Worcester County jail on $25,000 bond.

Hailey K. McKee, 24, of Lewes, Del.

                -prostitution- general

McKee was released on personal recognizance

Tera R. Benhaim, 27, of Salisbury, Md.

                -prostitution- general

Benhaim was released on personal recognizance.

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