Jan. 30 (Bloomberg) -- A prostitution and drug ring that
was marketing its services to visitors for the Super Bowl on
Feb. 2 was broken up with the arrests of many of its alleged
leaders, the New York attorney general said.
The Manhattan-based ring sold “party pack” of cocaine and
prostitutes, advertised via public access television, the
Internet and text messages, and attracted clients from as far
away as Texas, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said today. At
least 11 of 18 managers of the ring have been arrested for their
alleged roles in a “very sophisticated operation,” that
appeared to have generated millions of dollars, he said.