No matter how big or small, powerful or ordinary, rich or poor you are, when you get into trouble with prostitution laws, you are screwed. Cuyahoga County in Ohio has been rocked with prostitution scandals and crimes, and even the ordinary citizens are losing out.
Ryan Tyna, 42, of Hudson, was among 12 men arrested in a prostitution investigation conducted by Willoughby police in Lake County in February 2013. Ryan Tyna was the head coach for the second year for the girls basketball team at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy. He was immediately fired when the school learned he was arrested for soliciting a prostitute. Tyna was a social studies teacher in the Willoughby-Eastlake schools district and was immediately placed on administrative leave there. Ryan Tyna soon resigned from his teaching job in early March 2013 because of the arrest.
Willoughby police said they posted an ad on a website often used to promote adult services. The 12 men, including Ryan Tyna, responded to the ad offering a private, 30-minute session with a 20-year-old woman in exchange for $100 at a motel.
Each of the men was arrested Thursday and Friday as they entered a Willoughby motel room.
The others arrested were: Bryan Hess, 51, of Cuyahoga Falls; Timothy D. Asberry, 54, of Willoughby Hills; Bert M. Brown, 55, of Beachwood; Ramone A. Davis, 26, of Cleveland; Gill S. Gurinder, 31, of North Royalton; Nagi J. Haddad, 55, of Rocky River; Raymond T. Kern, 50, of Mentor; Eugene Preston, 38, of Beachwood; Johannes Reinhard, 64, of Palm Beach, Fla.; Efren Romero, 41, of Painesville; and Richard M. Salajcik, 47, of Eastlake.