Boiling Spring Lakes police arrest two in prostitution investigation

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By Brian Slattery

Two Brunswick County men were arrested Monday in Boiling Spring Lakes on charges related to a prostitution investigation that began in November 2012.


Kyle Bradley Wolf, 20, 1911 Robin Road, Boiling Spring Lakes, and Shawn Christopher Conley, 20, North Twin Lakes Drive, Southport, were both charged with two counts of promoting prostitution of a minor, Boiling Spring Lakes Police Chief Brad Shirley reported.

Wolf and Conley are being held in the Brunswick County Detention Center.

Shirley said Wolf was arrested Saturday.

According to Emily Flax, Brunswick County Sheriff's Office public information officer, he is being held on a $100,000 secured bond.

Conley was already in BCDC in unrelated charges and was charged while in jail May 2 by BSL officers, Shirley said.

Flax said he is being held on a $226,000 secured bond.

“This is a complex investigation that involves advertisements on the Internet via different social medial websites,” Shirley said in a statement.

“The investigation is ongoing and more arrests are anticipated. Additional information relating to this investigation and the arrests will be released at a later time.”

Shirley said anyone who may have information that would be helpful to the investigation is asked to contact the Boiling Spring Lakes Police Department at (910) 845-2247.


Brian Slattery is a staff writer for The Brunswick Beacon. Reach him at 754-6890 or bslattery@brunswickbeacon.com.