Colorado woman arrested on prostitution and drug charges

CASPER, Wyo. —  A Windsor Colorado woman was arrested on recommended charges of drug possession and prostitution, after an undercover operation by the Casper Police Department.

According to an affidavit filed in the case, 45-year-old Christy Pohly was arrested and booked on recommended charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Heroin, and Prostitution.

All of the charges were recommended at the misdemeanor level.

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Casper Police Department officials say that investigators conducted an undercover operation on June 2nd, beginning at approximately 9:00 pm.

Police say that contacted the suspect, identified as Pohly, who police say was advertising as a paid escort online. Officers say that Pohly said she would drive to Casper and charge $500 for the night, to include sexual intercourse.

It was reported that the suspect arrived at the predetermined location, within the city limits of Casper. Officers say that they located Pohly standing at the front driver’s side door of a vehicle, in a parking lot of the meeting place.

The suspect was subsequently arrested and searched.

Police report finding a broken pipe with suspected methamphetamine residue inside among Pohly’s belongings.

In the vehicle, officers report finding a bag with suspected heroin residue inside, a bag with suspected meth residue, and two syringe caps.

The suspect initially denied being at the location for sexual intercourse, but the affidavit goes on to say that Pohly later advised that this was the first time that she had agreed to exchange money for sex.

She further claimed ownership of the broken pipe, but said it was old. She also admitted to having used heroin in the past, but denied ownership of the baggie with suspected heroin residue.

Pohly is said to have told officers that she had used methamphetamine as recently as two days prior.

The suspect was transported to the Natrona County Detention Center without further reported incident.

All of those cited or arrested are presumed innocent until convicted in a court of law. Charges are subject to change following official filings from the Natrona County District Attorney’s Office.