7 Johns Busted in Publix Prostitution Sting

Update: We have more details on the PBSO Publix prostitution sting.
Update 2: We have video from the Publix prostitution sting.
Seven West Boca men were arrested Friday in a prostitution sting set up by the deputies near the Sandalfoot Publix.
On the upper left, Marc Decembre (40) of the Hamptons of Boca was booked early afternoon and remains in custody. The only history we see for him in the county are a few traffic cases. Of the seven, his nookie run was the longest.
Top center is Ruben Colon (31) of the Timberwalk townhomes in Loggers Run. He also remains in custody. The blotter indicates this is charged as a second offense, though we don’t see the first in either Palm Beach or Broward court records. We do see two felony arrests from 2001/2002, one for burglary and another for leaving the scene of an injury accident (we didn’t realize that was a felony). He’s also had a few traffic cases.
Top right is Jeffrey Glickman (29) of Sandalfoot Cove, who was released shortly after midnight. He was previously arrested in 2010, originally charged with felony aggravated assault along with prowling/loitering. That was reduced to a lesser charge and then dropped by the prosecution. His charge is also listed in the blotter as a second offense, but again we do not see any first offense.
Bottom left is Michael Fox (21) of Timbers of Boca, released early this morning. We mentioned Mr. Fox in a crime story in March, and detailed his significant arrest history there.
Robert Sturley (2nd from bottom left, 63) remains in custody at this writing. His reported address is just west of 441 near that Sandalfoot Publix. We see no previous arrest history for Mr. Sturley.
Mark Whalen (2nd from bottom right, 50) was released shortly before Mr. Fox. His reported address is in Boca Winds. He’s had a couple of traffic cases but we see nothing else in his history. Oddly yesterday’s arrest does not show up in court records yet.
On the bottom, far right, is Alexandre Guimaraes (50), also from the Timberwalk townhomes. We see a few traffic cases for him and nothing else. He was released a minute after Mr. Whalen.
Our source tells us that PBSO spent some time setting this sting up. We have requested a probable cause affidavit and will update the story when we find out more.
Update: See our new article on the probable cause affidavit in the Publix prostitution sting.
In related news, we hear Publix is considering a new motto: “Publix: Where shopping is a pleasure!”
Of course all arrestees are innocent at this stage.

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