Cuyahoga Heights OH man accused of running a prostitution ring from Cleveland locksmith shop
Guess this guy was in to pop’n more than locks!
CLEVELAND, Ohio — A Cuyahoga Heights man is accused of running a brothel out of a locksmith shop in Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn neighborhood. Gary Tucholski, 53, is charged with promoting prostitution, a fourth-degree felony. His bond was set Friday at $10,000. The investigation was carried out by Cleveland police, the Cuyahoga County Sheriff and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, police reports say. Tucholski was arrested about noon Wednesday during a raid at Ohio Lock and Alarm building in the 4400 block of Memphis Avenue.