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In February — a year after police raided 10 properties across Tucson believed to be offering sexual services — Garcia was charged with eight felonies, including illegal control of an enterprise, encouraging women to lead a life of prostitution and money laundering, court documents show.
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Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph. Garcia is facing a maximum sentence of two years in prison, but the charges also carry the possibility of probation, court documents show. Subscribe to stay connected to Tucson. Most viewed stories.
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One of the main suspects in a prostitution scandal that entangled police officers admitted in court to running an illegal massage parlor for more than two years. Caitlin is a sports reporter covering investigations, enterprise stories and longform features.
Low 56F. Stephanie Garcia pleaded guilty on Monday to felony counts of keeping a house of prostitution and receiving the earnings of a prostitute, according to Pima County Superior Court documents. To continue viewing content on tucson.
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