Boca Raton Women Facing Prostitution Charges

Ashley Andrea Snyder

Ashley Andrea Snyder, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Two Boca Raton women have been charged with soliciting prostitution by police in West Palm Beach, in two separate incidents.

According to court and jail records, Ashley Andrea Snyder of Woodchuck Lane in Boca Raton was arrested just after midnight on September 26h and charged with one count of “offering to commit prostitution.” Snyder, who is 25 years old, has faced at least one similar charge before. Her latest case is now working its way through the courts.

Pauletich

Samantha Pauletich, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

In a separate incident, Samantha Pauletich, 27,  of NW 77th Avenue in Boca was arrested on September 29th — around 3:30 in the morning — and also charged with one count of prostitution. This is her first arrest in Palm Beach County on a prostitution charge.

As her case also works through the system, we remind our readers that an arrest does not mean guilt — guilt or innocence is determined in court.

 

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