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Undercover officer arrests woman for prostitution in Myrtle Beach

Judianne Freidman. Source: Myrtle Beach Police Judianne Freidman. Source: Myrtle Beach Police

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A 38-year-old woman was arrested for prostitution after an undercover officer picked her up on Ocean Boulevard near 12th Avenue South, according to a police report.

At about 12:15 a.m. Tuesday, the officer, operating in an undercover capacity, pulled up to where Judianne Freidman was lingering, and she immediately got into the vehicle, the report states. Freidman told the officer to pull off Ocean Boulevard, and agreed to have sex if the officer “loaned her” $50. The officer got Freidman to clarify that she meant he could pay $50 for sex.

The officer contacted another officer as “a friend,” and instructed him where to meet them, according to the report. The police stop took place in the parking lot of a hotel on 28th Avenue South.

Freidman was placed under arrest for prostitution and taken to the Myrtle Beach jail. Once at jail, it was learned Freidman had an outstanding bench warrant under the alias “Judianne Friedman.” That warrant was then served to her.

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