Maine police: Man says prostitute owes 10 minutesDecember 5, 2012 @ 3:35 pm
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Maine (AP) - Police in Maine say a man called them to complain a prostitute hadn't given him his money's worth _ so they arrested him.
Police say New Hampshire resident Scott Pipher was arrested this week. The 34-year-old is charged with engaging a prostitute.
New Hampshire's The Portsmouth Herald newspaper ( http://bit.ly/TFV8Ox) reported Wednesday the police investigation started in the spring.
Old Orchard Beach, Maine, police say Pipher called them March 25 to complain a woman he'd hired "shorted him by 10 minutes."
Police say their investigation also led to the arrests of two women believed to be prostitutes contacted by Pipher through a website.
Pipher is scheduled to be arraigned in Maine District Court in Biddeford next week. Telephone calls to numbers listed for him in Portsmouth, N.H., have gone unanswered.
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