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ENFORCING  LAWS/  Darren Ambler
Report #: 13535 - 0 Comments
Date Reported: Monday, January 3, 2022
Status: Active and Ongoing
Severity: High - Cyberstalking
Primary Weapon: Cross Site Stalking
Specific Location: cherry hill
City/Local Area: South Jersey
State/Territory: New Jersey
Region: United States

5902. Prostitution and related offenses.

(a) Prostitution.--A person is guilty of prostitution if he or she:

(1) is an inmate of a house of prostitution or otherwise engages in sexual activity as a business; or

(2) loiters in or within view of any public place for the purpose of being hired to engage in sexual activity.

(a.1) Grading of offenses under subsection (a).--An offense under subsection (a) constitutes a:

(1) Misdemeanor of the third degree when the offense is a first or second offense.

(2) Misdemeanor of the second degree when the offense is a third offense.

(3) Misdemeanor of the first degree when the offense is a fourth or subsequent offense.

(4) Felony of the third degree if the person who committed the offense knew that he or she was human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) positive or manifesting acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).

(b) Promoting prostitution.--A person who knowingly promotes prostitution of another commits a misdemeanor or felony as provided in subsection (c) of this section. The following acts shall, without limitation of the foregoing, constitute promoting prostitution:

(1) owning, controlling, managing, supervising or otherwise keeping, alone or in association with others, a house of prostitution or a prostitution business;

(2) procuring an inmate for a house of prostitution or a place in a house of prostitution for one who would be an inmate;

Pennsylvania law, under 35 P.S. 780-113(a)(30), defines manufacturing, delivering or possession with intent to distribute as: the manufacture, delivery, or possession with the intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled substance by a person not registered or licensed by the appropriate State Board; or, creating, ...

Cyberstalking or cyber-harassment is covered by NJ 2C:33-4.1. The crime of cyber-harassment is purposefully harassing another person through communication online via any electronic device or through a social media site, including: ... Threatening to commit a crime against a person or their property.

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