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By Selim Algar. The Nassau County district attorney exposed alleged johns yesterday, saying the sneaky doctors, lawyers, bankers and professors have been getting away with supporting prostitution for way too long. DA Kathleen Rice and Police Commissioner Thomas Dale plastered the names and mug shots of the men, ages 17 to 79, online and on a large billboard in a county courtroom. Conducted between April 18 and May 24, police posted four ads on the Web site Backpage.
When the john agreed to pay money in exchange for sex, other officers entered the room and arrested him. Robert Kittelberger and dentist Judd Lesser were both was arrested on the first day of the operation on April And finance analyst Kewho Min and the eldest of the group, year-old lawyer Ivan Dochter, were both swept up on May 9. Peter Malet, 62, of Garden City were all arrested. Some chose to alert their families to their arrest, while others opted to ride out the storm, said lawyers for some of the men.
Lawyers said many of their clients worried that the raunchy revelations would destroy their families and cost them their jobs.
They were already arrested. Many of the men were stunned when cops suddenly emerged in their hotel rooms and slapped on the handcuffs. One man who opted to tell his wife and two young kids about the arrest before it went public told The Post he was stunned by his own stupidity. All suspects pleaded not guilty to charges of soliciting prostitution and face a maximum of one year behind bars if convicted. Arrest list. Read Next.
This story has been shared 65, times. This story has been shared 23, times. This story has been shared 17, times. View author archive Get author RSS feed. Name required. Email required. Comment required. Enlarge Image. Kathleen Rice Victor Alcorn. If you hire a hooker in Nassau County, get ready for your wife and boss to find out. Operation Flush the Johns was the largest single prostitution sting in Nassau County history. They ranged from affluent professionals to unemployed drifters and were from all demographics.