In 2000, Fort Worth police posted signs in areas where neighbors had complained about prostitution.
In 2000, Fort Worth police posted signs in areas where neighbors had complained about prostitution. Jeffery Washington Star-Telegram archives
In 2000, Fort Worth police posted signs in areas where neighbors had complained about prostitution. Jeffery Washington Star-Telegram archives

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