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Tulsa woman arrested after attempt to prostitute herself and a minor

Misty Hayes (Source KWTV) Misty Hayes (Source KWTV)

TULSA, OK (KWTV)- Tulsa police arrested Misty Hayes, 35, during an undercover sting. Hayes is charged with two felony complaints: possession of child pornography and procurement of a minor for prostitution.

According to police, Misty Hayes agreed to prostitute herself and a minor female to an undercover police officer at a Days Inn in Tulsa.

KWTV says Hayes showed the officer a video clip of a child performing a sex act with an adult.

Information provided by KWTV. 

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