Police nab Lima woman for soliciting sex over the Internet

By Greg Sowinski

February 10, 2014

LIMA — A police sergeant stomped out a Lima woman's attempt to solicit men for sexual encounters over the Internet.

The woman, Illanna Huster, of 740 E. Kibby St., was charged with soliciting, a misdemeanor.

The incident happened Sunday when Sgt. Dave Gillispie came across an ad on an escort service's website. Gillispie, who did not tell the woman he was a police officer, sent the woman a text message to initiate a conversation, according to the report.

Huster agreed to meet at a local motel to perform a sex act using her foot, mayonnaise and mustard for $170, according to the report.

While walking on Kibby Street, Huster called Gillispie's cell phone she had from the text message and asked for a ride. She promised to make the experience extra special if he came to get her, according to the report.

Gillispie drove to her location in an unmarked car, and two other officers went with him. Police came across the woman in the 1100 block of East Kibby Street, where they placed her under arrest, according to the report.

The woman told officers, “I knew this was going to happen,” the report said.

The woman had two cell phones and five condoms on her, according to the report.

The sergeant reported the woman did not have mayonnaise or mustard with her when she was arrested.