Here are the people arrested for prostitution at the Downtowners Club

Lookin' good, ladies!

After the shocking/hilarious news that a group of south Philly Mummers were busted today for turning their club into a den of prostitution on the second Tuesday of every month (that’s the detail that gets us every time), we knew we couldn’t let the story rest.

Luckily, the police’s Office of Public Affairs was kind enough to send us the mug shots of all the perps arrested in the Downtowners raid. Would we print them? Does a Mummer have sex on Tuesdays?


Adriana Arena, 51, from the unit block of County Line Road, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

Alexis Simon, 24, from the 700 block of Carpenter Street, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

Alfred F. Sanborn, 44, from the 2400 block of South 3rd Street, charged with criminal conspiracy and violation of liquor laws.

Barbara Gogos, 44, from the 100 block of Central Avenue, Cheltenham, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

Chiante Galezniak, 35, from the 200 block of Widener Street, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

Jennifer Quenderfield, 36, from the 100 block of West 7th Avenue, Conshohocken, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

John Murray, 56, from the 400 block of Steeple Chase Circle, Deptford, NJ, charged with criminal conspiracy and violation of liquor laws.

Judith Jacobs, 36, from the 600 block of Jarves Road, Sicklerville, NJ, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

Lawrence Crovetti, 65, from the unit block of 4th Street, Feasterville, charged with criminal conspiracy, promoting prostitution and violation of liquor laws.

Michelle Lauber, 32, from the 1300 block of Earl Street, charged with prostitution, conspiracy, solicitation and possession of narcotics.

Regina Mahoney, 26, from the 4600 block of Deveraux Street, charged with solicitation and prostitution.

Sherry Davidson 40, from the 4300 block of Cottman Avenue, charged with solicitation and prostitution.


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