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Prostitute tries to contact client and mistakenly calls sheriff’s deputy for sex

By Mason White 1:02 PM January 2, 2014
Schquita Alaysha Warren 

By: Sarah Weiss
A woman was looking for extra money when she called a man and offered him sex in exchange for cash.

However, she accidentally entered the wrong number.

Schquita Alaysha Warren, 27, of Pensacola, Florida, mistakenly called an on-duty sheriff’s deputy, offering to meet him in a motel for sex.

Warren thought she was calling a client named “Sam,” but she called the number of Escambia County Sheriff’s deputy Robert Greene, authorities said.

Warren introduced herself as “Quita from Barker Street.”

As she was talking, a baby began crying in the background, and the call ended.

However, officer Greene later got a text message from the same number.

“Want to have fun?” The message read.

Greene played along, encouraging the woman to send photos of herself while he was looking to match the cell phone number to an online list for Pensacola escorts.

The officer found a match. The number belonged to a woman who offered herself as an escort. She went by the name MS Dream. Despite being 27-years-old she claimed to be 22-years-old.

The officer agreed to meet her at 7:00 p.m., at a Motel 6.

When Warren pulled into the parking lot, officers were already waiting for her and she was arrested.

She admitted that she had previously slept with a man named Sam for $60 and that she was looking for repeat business when she unknowingly contacted the deputy.

Warren was charged with prostitution. Bail was set at $1,000.