Arrests made in Seaford prostitution operation

Julian Alvares

Osmin Garcia

SEAFORD — Several men were arrested Thursday during an undercover prostitution operation, Seaford Police spokesman Sr. Corporal Eric Chambers said.

According to authorities, Osmin Garcia, 29, of Seaford, allegedly solicited the undercover female officer for sex while his two children were in the backseat of his vehicle. He was charged with patronizing a prostitute, loitering to engage in prostitution, endangering the welfare of a child (two counts) and driving without a valid license. Mr. Garcia was given a $900 unsecured bail.

Seaford Police were assisted by the Delaware State Police Troop 5 PACE. Unit and the United States Department of

Robert Battle

Homeland Security.

Geri Rementer, 45, of Blades, was charged with prostitution, loitering to engage in prostitution and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was given a $750 unsecured bail.

John Whaley, 41, of Seaford, and Jermaine Piper, 42, of Lincoln, were charged with patronizing a prostitute and loitering to engage in prostitution. There were both given a $300 unsecured bail.

Robert Battle,, 60, of Seaford was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and issued a criminal summons. He was committed to the Delaware Department of Correction in lieu of $4,000 secured bail for a failure to appear capias out of Sussex Court of Common Pleas.

Joselito Lopez-De-Leon, 33, of Blades, was charged with patronizing a prostitute and driving without a valid license. He was given a $225 unsecured bail.

Ever Robles-Bravo, 34, of Blades, was charged with patronizing a prostitute and loitering to engage in prostitution and given a $125 unsecured bail.

Dixon Jiminez-Ramirez, 22, of Seafford, was charged with patronizing a prostitute, loitering to engage in prostitution and driving without a valid license. He was given a $210 unsecured bail.

Julian Alvares, 38, of Seaford, was charged with patronizing a prostitute and loitering to engage in prostitution. He was given a $125 unsecured bail.

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