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Prostitution sting captures two in Doerun

Jamie Sierra Bozeman Jamie Sierra Bozeman
Kenneth Lamar Copeland Kenneth Lamar Copeland
DOERUN, GA (WALB) -

A man and a woman, Kenneth Lamar Copeland and Jamie Sierra Bozeman, are facing charges after a prostitution sting in Doerun.

Doerun police along with the Moultrie police set up a sting operation after neighbors complained that strange men were entering Bozeman's home.

An undercover agent was able to obtain evidence needed for an house. Police raided the home Monday and both were arrested.

Bozeman is charged with prostitution and keeping a place of prostitution.

Copeland is charged with conspiracy to commit prostitution. Both are out on bond.

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