Sebastian, Vero Beach Human Trafficking and Prostitution Arrests – Part 12

The number of arrests over the weekend in connection to prostitution in Sebastian and Vero Beach was about six men.
The number of arrests over the weekend in connection to prostitution in Sebastian and Vero Beach was about six men.

SEBASTIAN – The number of arrests over the weekend in connection to prostitution in Sebastian and Vero Beach was about six men.

SEBASTIAN

Kevin Michael Coyne, 40
Kevin Michael Coyne, 40
Kenneth Martin Maksym, 54, Adjuster
Kenneth Martin Maksym, 54, Adjuster
Steven George Boyette, 66, Retired
Steven George Boyette, 66, Retired

VERO BEACH

David John Ridling, 56, Retired
David John Ridling, 56, Retired
Randall Wayne Bower, 51, Unemployed
Randall Wayne Bower, 51, Unemployed
Neil Powers, 63, Retired
Neil Powers, 63, Retired

During the investigation, officials discovered that the businesses were performing human trafficking, sex trafficking, and labor trafficking.

During a press conference on Thursday, Sheriff Deryl Loar said that each spa most likely grossed over $1 million a year in the massage prostitution ring.

We started publishing the prostitution arrests early Wednesday. You can also view them here:

  1. Part 1
  2. Part 2
  3. Part 3
  4. Part 4
  5. Part 5
  6. Part 6
  7. Part 7
  8. Part 8
  9. Part 9
  10. Part 10

These are the clients who allegedly paid for prostitution at several massage parlors in Sebastian and Vero Beach.

DISCLAIMER: Arrests and mugshots were made public by complaint affidavits, arrest affidavits, and police reports. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty.

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