Woman Arrested By Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Delray Beach resident Elaine Bentvena is in the Palm Beach County Jail Saturday morning on a charge of prostitution.
While the arrest report continues to be processed, jail records show that Bentvena, 54, was arrested Friday morning by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and booked into jail at 11:23 a.m.
The official charge: “prostitution — engage, commit, offer prostitution first violation.”
Bentvena lists the 700 block of NE 7th Street in Delray Beach as her home address. It was not immediately clear where the arrest took place or what led deputies to Bentvena.
A first appearance is set for Saturday morning. Bond is set at $250.
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