TRINIDAD: Trini Mom And Daughter Arrested In Florida Over Prostitution.

Sup Travellers?! Did you know Prostitution was illegal? I'm sure you know that but apparently some people aren't aware of that fact. Some people like Ramona Ramoutar, 42, and Daniella Sinanan, 24 from Trinidad. Now, they aren't legally guilty yet so let me not jump to any conclusions. They may just have been set up I don't know. But what we do know is that they were arrested in Florida during prostitution investigations. Read on.

According to the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian a Trinidadian woman, Ramona Ramoutar, and her daughter, Daniella Sinanan, were arrested on Tuesday in a prostitution investigation in Florida. Boynton Beach police say the two were offering a “two-for-one special.” According to a police report, the women placed an advertisement in the adult escort section of The ad stated Jazmine and Angel were waiting in Boynton Beach to “rock your world” with “two-for-one specials.”  Police got wind of the ad and decided to send an undercover officer to investigate the situation.

The undercover called the number on the ad and on July 25th, he went to the apartment where "Jazmine" and "Angel" stayed. He was offered the “two-for-one special” for $150. The officer gave Ramoutar $100 and said he had to go back to his car to get the other $50. Officers then went into the apartment and arrested Ramoutar and Sinanan. The mother and daughter were charged with solicitation of prostitution as well as possession of drug paraphernalia because officers said they found a glass pipe and needles in the apartment. After their arrests the women were advised not to continue their prostitution and that Boynton Beach Police would be checking on them.

However, the women failed to comply and continued their illegal activity. An undercover officer was sent to them again and again they offered him the two for one special this time for $160. The mother and daughter were again charged with solicitation of prostitution and taken to the Palm Beach county jail. If you would like to see the faces of the two people who were arrested you can visit the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian.

I love the fact that they were given a warning at first. They didn't face any real consequences the first time that they were caught so whatever happens to them is all on them. They can't really blame anyone this time around. Now, maybe, just maybe they have a side to the story that can guarantee their innocence but that's definitely going to be a hard one to muster up. Should I feel sorry for them because of the fact that they are my fellow Trinis? I don't know, but it doesn't change the fact that my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.