Temporary Worker Accused of Running Prostitution Business From Drug Company Desk

Published July 31, 2008

| Associated Press

A temporary worker ran a prostitution business from his desk at Novartis, New Jersey police said.

Police said customers were sent to Somerset Veterinary Group on Route 202-206 North.

Police arrested David Baker on charges of promoting prostitution following a two-month investigation dubbed "Operation Net-Vet Harlot" that began with an ad on the craigslist Web site.

Somerset County Prosecutor Wayne Forrest said police made an appointment to meet with Cathy Rosania at the clinic. Police said the 50-year-old propositioned a detective in a veterinary examination room.

She's charged with prostitution.

Baker was employed by Kelly Temp Services.

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