Police: North Bend woman arrested, Bandon man cited on prostitution-related charges
NORTH BEND, Ore. -- A North Bend woman was arrested and a Bandon man cited for charges related to prostitution.
Around 4 p.m. Friday, Coos County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the camping area at Riley Ranch County Park.
Deputies investigated the vehicle and tried to find "who the owner was and where they had gone as the location where the vehicle (was) parked and the circumstances around it were suspicious," the sheriff's office report said.
Police say they learned a female had parked the vehicle and left with a man in an SUV.
The vehicle was located in the park's day use area.
Inside were 30-year-old Nathan Stadelman and 31-year-old Sonya Hoort, police said.
Deputies said investigation revealed that an agreement had been made between Stadelman and Hoort to engage in a sex act together for a sum of money to be exchanged from Stadelman to Hoort.
Consequently, Stadelman was cited and released for Patronizing a Prostitute (Commercial Sexual Solicitation), a misdemeanor, the report said.
According to the sheriff's office, "Stadelman was not booked in so there is not a booking photo." As such, there was no mugshot of him available to media.
Police said Hoort was arrested and transported to the Coos County Jail for Prostitution - a felony.
Hoort was later released from jail on a citation to appear.