The Harris County Sheriff’s Office arrested 178 people during the 13th annual National Johns Suppression Initiative, which ran Jan. 18 to Feb. 5, Super Bowl Sunday.
According to the Houston Chronicle, it was the highest total of they 30 participating agencies nationwide.
Among those who responded to a fake ad posted on Craigslist was Houston sports agent Randal “Randy” Hendricks, whose company, Hendricks Sports Management represented former pitching greats like Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte, according to chron.com.
Based upon the craigslist ad, 71-year-old Hendricks, allegedly went to the Greenspoint Hilton expecting to pay $80 for sex, but was met by a female sheriff’s deputy.
He posted $500 bail and is scheduled to appear in court Feb. 21.