Saturday 4 February 2023

12 Foreigner Women Rescued From Proxenetas in Southern Zone

The victims, Colombian, Panamanian and Dominican nationals were pimped out by two women bar managers for ¢16,000 colones for 30-minute sexual encounters

Paying the bills

Latest

Ruta 27 tolls drop on February 10

QCOSTARICA - As of 12:01 am on Friday, February...

Tycoon who wants to build a dry canal in Costa Rica in trouble for alleged fraud

QCOSTARICA - India's billionaire and industrialist, Gautam Adani, who...

Dollar increased ¢14 in four days

QCOSTARICA - And we're back to the rollest coaster...

500,000 people in Costa Rica could improve their credit situation. How?

QCOSTARICA - If in Costa Rica the compliance and...

Joselyn Chacón admits having paid to “put the hurt on” the media

QCOSTARICA (Nacion.com) The Minister of Health, Joselyn Chacón, affirmed...

Uncovering the Red Tape of Clean Water in Costa Rica

(OP-ED) Imagine having to haul water to your home,...

Do CBD Products Actually Work?

Rumors about the beneficial effects of CBD products have...

Dollar Exchange

¢567.55 Buy

¢576.23 Sell

4 February 2023 - At The Banks - BCCR

Paying the bills

Share

The Fiscalia (Prosecutor’s Office) in Corredores and the Office of Trafficking in Persons and the Illicit Trafficking of Migrants are asking for jail time for two women in the southern zone, for the trafficking of persons for the purpose of sexual exploitation.

Cash detained during the OIJ raid. Photo Ministerio Publico

The women, who were identified by their last names Tapia Tapia and Moncrieffe Arrieta, were arrested Friday afternoon following a joint operation by the aforementioned offices and the Organismo de Investigacion Judicial (OIJ) trafficking unit.

The police operation was carried out in a bar in Cuidad Neily the women used to house and offered the victims to customers. The press office of the Ministerio Publico (Public Prosecutor’s Office) said a total 12 victims were rescued during the raid, a mix of Colombian, Panamian and Dominican nationals.

- Advertisement -

Tapia and Moncrieffe, Dominican and Costa Rican respectively, manager the bar and allegedly offered the women to male customers, who paid ¢16,000 colones (US$28) for a 30-minute encounter. Taking the women out of the bar cost US$130.

In the raid, seized was cash allegedly paid for the illegal activity.

In Costa Rica, prostitution is not an illegal activity, but proxenetismo – pimping or pandering – is.

 

 

- Advertisement -
Paying the bills
Avatar photo
Ricohttp://www.theqmedia.com
"Rico" is the crazy mind behind the Q media websites, a series of online magazines where everything is Q! In these times of new normal, stay at home. Stay safe. Stay healthy.

Related Articles

Model must wear an ankle bracelet for three months after arrest an alleged pimp

QCOSTARICA - A 35-year-old model, identified only by her last names...

San José pensión used for the sexual exploitation of women

QCOSTARICA - A pensión located on Calle 4, between Avenidas 8...

Subscribe to our stories

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.