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Woman arraigned in prostitution case

A 20-year-old West Fargo woman who faces a prostitution charge made her initial appearance Thursday in Cass County District Court. Ashley Mae Marklowitz, 115 Prairie Parkway, faces a maximum 30 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine if convicted of th...

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A 20-year-old West Fargo woman who faces a prostitution charge made her initial appearance Thursday in Cass County District Court.

Ashley Mae Marklowitz, 115 Prairie Parkway, faces a maximum 30 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine if convicted of the Class B misdemeanor.

She pleaded not guilty and said she had no comment after the appearance.

The charge stems from a prostitution sting at a Fargo motel Nov. 29 where one other woman was arrested for prostitution.

An undercover officer arranged for a dance from Sinful Desires around 2:30 p.m. and Marklowitz showed up using the name Fire.

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When asked whether there were more options than just a dance, she said she would perform a sexual act for $40, according to a police incident report.

She was arrested after accepting the money.

Marklowitz is out on $300 bail, 10 percent of the $3,000 required.

Readers can reach Forum reporter

Brittany Lawonn at (701) 241-5541

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