New England busts: Police take down escort agency Chloe’s Companions

Another major sting operation in the New England region. There was a major high end escort service in the New England area, primarily in the Boston area and extending from New Hampshire to New York, called Chloe’s Companions at


On February 2017, the two pimps and leaders, Sonya Palic (a.k.a. “Chloe”), 46, of Manchester, and Charlotte Napolitano (a.k.a “Red”), 45, of Derry, were arrested on Feb. 8, 2017, on numerous charges. Prostitution charges alone will thoroughly ruin those involved, but human trafficking charges will bury your grave over 100 feet down under. Chloe’s Companions was a human trafficking ring and they are being charged with human trafficking.

This sting operation was conducted by the Massachusetts State Police assigned to the MA AG’s Human Trafficking Division with assistance from the Lexington Police Department. they have been monitoring the human trafficking ring over many months with the latest technology, including spy cameras and search warrants of internet accounts and cell phone records. Now they have the pimps arrested who will desperately plea bargain by identifying all those involved.

For all johns and customers who used this service, you will be inevitably caught and arrested. This is a human trafficking ring, so even if you didn’t know the escorts were sex slaves (which is extremely difficult to believe anyway), you will be caught, arrested, and charged with major felonies for pandering to a human trafficking ring.

AG: 2 NH Women Arrested in Mass. ‘Escort’ Trafficking Operation


Atlanta region busts: Police take down two major high end escort agencies

On January 2017, two major high end escort agencies in the Atlanta region were taken down by the police. They were Atlanta Gold Club Escorts and Lipstick and Shoes Escorts. Like all prostitution and human trafficking busts done nowadays, they are not getting away with a light slap on the wrist, where the police only arrest the one escort working there, who faces a minor misdemeanor and pays a small fine to get away, then the pimps and organizers get away and quickly resume their operations somewhere else.

Police Bust 2 Huge Prostitution Rings in Dunwoody

In Dunwoody (next to Atlanta), the police initially arrested a total of 51 people, including pimps, escorts, and panderers/customers, involved in this prostitution ring. The article says the Dunwoody police arrested 51 people for racketeering influenced and corrupt organizations (RICO) violations, including 29 women for prostitution, 19 men for pandering and three people with pimping. One of those arrested was Gwinnett County Assistant District Attorney Christopher Quinn, who is currently suspended and will most likely lose his job permanently.

7 accused of running prostitution business next to Dunwoody police station

As always, the bad news keeps getting worse for the criminals. The second article provides more details. There were 7 pimps arrested and facing major charges that will result in many long years in prison.


Top row (left to right): Sam Crenshaw, George Moore, Scott Phillips.

Bottom row: Brittany Johnson, Esther Park, Laura Davis, Miranda Ogle

The video in the second article, starting at 0:50, explains how the police were using spy cameras over several months to monitor, identify, and arrest everyone involved, not just the few unlucky escorts and johns who were there at the time of the sting operation. Like the Seattle bust where police are still arresting and charging johns one year after the sting operation, the Dunwoody police are continuing to seek out more johns that have used these escort services. They have digital records saved of the escort websites, reviews and discussions on escort review websites, emails, text messages, phone call records, and bank accounts. They also have the pimps, organizers, and escorts arrested who are very angry that they are facing severe penalties while the johns get away free, so the arrested will definitely identify the johns to plea bargain and share the pain and prison time.