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SYRACUSE, NY -- Nearly 30 people were arrested across five days of the New York State Fair for crimes including and associated with prostitution, District Attorney William Fitzpatrick announced at a multi-agency news conference Tuesday morning.
The 18 suspected prostitutes and 11 people alleged to have profited from them were arrested through a "sting" operation, though Fitzpatrick would not describe exactly how it worked because law enforcement agencies intend to repeat the same operation.