PRINCETON — Two people are facing charges relating to prostitution after officers with the Princeton Police Department made an arrest on New Life Road.
The incident started at about 4:45 p.m. June 26 when officers were conducting surveillance of possible prostitution in the Thorn Street area of Princeton, according to a statement issued Tuesday by the Princeton Police Department.
“Officers observed a red Dodge Ram pull up to a female on Thorn Street,” according to Princeton police. “At this time, the female entered the pick up truck and traveled to a secluded area on New Life Road.”
“As officers responded and made contact with the driver identified as Willis Hubbard and the female identified as Tiffany Grandstaff (no age or address given),” investigators said. “Officers observed Hubbard’s pants unzipped and pulled open. During the course of conversation with Hubbard, Hubbard advised officers that he agreed to pay the female he picked up $50 in U.S. currency for sexual favors.”