NKY Domino’s Pizza franchise owner arrested in Florida prostitution case

KISSIMMEE, Fla. — The owner of Glass Family Pizza, part of the Domino’s Pizza franchise, was one of 160 people arrested during a seven-day anti-human trafficking operation in Florida.

Polk County officials say John Glass, 61, of Verona, responded to an online escort ad and agreed to have sex with an undercover detective while he and his family were away. at their vacation home in Kissimmee.

Glass was arrested in connection with “Fall Haul 2”, an undercover operation conducted by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. Police arrested 14 other people from out of state, including one from Puerto Rico.

The sheriff’s office said two trafficking victims and five other possible victims were identified during the sting. All victims and prostitutes were offered services by social service organizations during the operation.

“The online prostitution industry empowers traffickers and enables the continued victimization of those who are trafficked,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a statement. “Our goal is to identify victims, offer them help and stop those who fuel the exploitation of human beings (Johns) and those who profit from the exploitation of human beings.”

Officials said there were 419 felonies and 619 prior misdemeanors among those arrested. Detectives found heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy and marijuana during the sting.

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