COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A Lubbock man, who was wanted for armed robbery out of Tom Green County, has been arrested on prostitution charges in College Station.
Christopher Scott, 47, is charged with compelling prostitution by threats of force or violence. He is also wanted out of Tom Green County for armed robbery and is on a parole violation in another prostitution conviction, according to court documents.
Veronica Willis, 45, of Lubbock, is also charged with compelling prostitution by threats of force or violence.
On Thursday, College Station Police said they got a call from a woman who told them she believed her daughter and her friend were at a local hotel and being forced into prostitution. One of the women's sister also got into contact with the victim and believed she was being threatened.
Police responded to the hotel and found the two victims with Scott and Willis in a room allegedly reserved by Willis. They said after separating the victims from the two suspects, the victims were taken to the hospital to have their injuries looked at.
The victims allegedly told the officers they had been forced to commit sex acts and had been physically abused if they refused at any time. The victims said they were forced to work in Odessa, Corpus Christi and College Station and engaged in sex acts with more than 100 men. The victims said if they didn't do what was asked, customers would tell Scott and Willis and the women said they would get beat.
Both Willis and Scott remain in the Brazos County Jail at this time. Willis has a bond of $11,000. Scott's has been set at $510,000 due to his charge of armed robbery out of Tom Green County.