A deputy police chief for a small Georgia city was arrested in Florida for allegedly soliciting another person for prostitution.
The Cartersville, Georgia, police department announced the arrest of Deputy Police Chief Jason DiPrima in a post to the department’s Facebook page. The department statement announced DiPrima was arrested September 1 by Polk County Sheriff deputies for “Soliciting another for prostitution, lewdness, or assignation.”
DiPrima has been placed on administrative leave while the department investigates, according to the police statement.
The interactive website for detainees by Polk County Sheriff deputies does not show DiPrima being held at their jail. News releases on the department’s website do not describe the arrest of DiPrima.
DiPrima joined the Georgia force in 1996 and has served as deputy police chief since 2015, according to a Fox News report.
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