The suspects made a short walk across the parking lot to eat at a Speedy Gonzalez restaurant.
“It was pretty obvious they were the individuals that were just broadcast on the (police) radio,” Sgt. Robert Rohloff said. “It wasn’t too hard to track them down because they showed up for dinner with me.”
Marcus Hill was arrested on one outstanding warrant for second degree burglary.
Rohloff said the case will be hard to prosecute because both parties were engaged in criminal activity. “Anybody that’s going online and making arrangements for prostitution or drugs, you’re setting yourself up to be a victim,” he said.