Two East Naples men are accused of soliciting minors for prostitution, reports The Naples Daily News.
The young girls told deputies they were coerced into performing sexual acts with random men on several occasions.
Sorel Seide, 37, of the 900 block of Central Drive, and Clark Orangeboor, 30, of the 1000 block of Third Avenue, were arrested Friday at Central Drive and Poinsettia Avenue in East Naples.
Collier County sheriff’s deputies were trying to locate the young girls, who were reported as juvenile runaways, a sheriff’s reports stated. Deputies made contact with the stepfather of one of the girls. He told deputies he heard that the girls were spotted at the Red Roof Inn with a couple of older males who were acting as pimps.
Deputies said an unknown source provided them with a telephone number to contact the older men acting as the girls’ agents to make arrangements to meet with them for sexual acts.
After deputies called the number, they set up a location to meet and found the two girls standing outside in the dark with Seide, according to the report.
Seide and the girls were then placed in handcuffs.
Deputies said Seide made arrangements for several male clients to come to the girl’s hotel room, where they would perform oral sex and sexual intercourse with the men for money.
The juvenile girls told deputies a second man involved, Orangeboor, coerced them to become prostitutes and in return provided them with a hotel room. One of the girls said she had to dance naked for him to get his help and also performed oral sex on Orangeboor, according to the report.