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Four people arrested in Myrtle Beach prostitution sting

Top left: Arturo Martinez-Hernandez, top right: James Robert Greeson Jr. , bottom left: Lauren Nicole Pigg, bottom right: Calvin Jerome Goings (Source: MBPD) Top left: Arturo Martinez-Hernandez, top right: James Robert Greeson Jr. , bottom left: Lauren Nicole Pigg, bottom right: Calvin Jerome Goings (Source: MBPD)
Arturo Martinez-Hernandez (Source: MBPD) Arturo Martinez-Hernandez (Source: MBPD)
James Robert Greeson Jr. (Source: MBPD) James Robert Greeson Jr. (Source: MBPD)
Lauren Nicole Pigg (Source: MBPD) Lauren Nicole Pigg (Source: MBPD)
Calvin Jerome Goings (Source: MBPD) Calvin Jerome Goings (Source: MBPD)

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Three men and one woman are facing prostitution charges after police performed an undercover operation in Myrtle Beach Sunday, according to a police report.

Arturo Martinez-Hernandez pulled into the parking lot of 1500 South Ocean Drive and made a deal with an officer for sexual favors in exchange for money, the report states.

James Robert Greeson Jr. was in his vehicle at 1501 South Ocean Boulevard when he made a deal with an officer for sexual favors in exchange for money.

Lauren Nicole Pigg was charged with prostitution after an officer found her at the 2800 block of South Kings Highway, according to online records.

Calvin Jerome Goings was in his vehicle on 13th Avenue South near Yaupon Drive when he made a deal with an officer for sexual favors in exchange for money.

All four people were taken into custody and charged with prostitution, first offense.

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