Dominica Darlene Wallace Gets 6 Years for Pimping "Teen Girl" Who Was Really a Cop
You read here often about old man perverts getting nabbed by cops posing online as tween girls, but it was a 25-year-old woman who was just sentenced this week to six years in state prison as the result of a police sting via Facebook.
This cop pretended to be a 17-year-old girl who pimp Dominica Darlene Wallace of Vallejo thought she was grooming to be a prostitute.
Wallace had befriended who she believed to be the teen girl before April 30, with emails and texts that were first friendly exchanges but then became Wallace's instructions on the proper methods of prostitution, according to the Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA).
She at one point wrote of wanting to take the minor to Las Vegas for whoring, reports the OCDA, noting that Wallace even downloaded a fake picture from the cop's phony Facebook page and then pasted it onto a website that advertises prostitutes.
Two undercover cops posing as johns responded to the ad, and Wallace sent them to an Anaheim motel to rendezvous with her new "recruit." Anaheim Police arrested her later that day.
She pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony pandering by procuring for the purpose of prostitution.
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