4 more arrests in high-end prostitution ring

Four additional arrests have been made in a high-end prostitution sting that brought down a Gwinnett County prosecutor and 55 other people, Dunwoody police said Friday.

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Jarrett Franklin, Anthony Kinard, James Martin and Kalbarga Subash were charged with pandering and violation of Georgia’s felony racketeering statute, Dunwoody police Sgt. Aaron Belt said in a statement.

Franklin, Kinard and Martin are from Alpharetta. Subash is from Roswell.

“Investigators have identified numerous other individuals involved in this criminal organization and additional arrests are forthcoming,” Belt said.

Their arrests are the most recent in a months-long investigation into a high-end escort service dubbed “Gold Club” that was operating out of an apartment across the street from the Dunwoody police station. A second escort service known as “Lipstick and Shoes” was allegedly housed in another Dunwoody apartment complex and two apartment complexes in Atlanta, police have said.

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Gwinnett Assistant District Attorney Christopher Quinn was arrested in January after authorities said they caught him on camera having sex with a prostitute.

Gwinnett County Assistant District Attorney Christopher Quinn has been arrested as part of a recent prostitution sting.
Photo: Channel 2 Action News

Quinn, 46, resigned shortly after his arrest.

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