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If you see comments in violation of our community guidelines , please report them. Naples police arrested Patrick J. More: Naples police: Lee judge one of 6 men arrested in Naples prostitution sting. Boll contacted the undercover officer via cellphone or text, police said, and they agreed to meet at the hotel. Richard Cecil, another of the six men arrested in the sting, pleaded not guilty Monday, waived his March 7 arraignment and asked for a jury trial.
Cecil against the allegations," Miller responded Tuesday in a text message to the Daily News. Cecil and his wife, Christina, run a ministry from their North Fort Myers home and have traveled to churches outside Florida. The Facebook posting described the couple as pastors. The arrest report for Cecil said he made phone contact with a person who later was identified as an undercover officer and arranged to meet at the hotel.
Rosman, like Cecil, entered a plea of not guilty, waived his March 7 arraignment and asked for a jury trial. As of Monday, no charges had been filed against Rosman. Rosman was appointed a Lee County court judge in and became a circuit judge in He previously worked as an assistant state attorney and assistant public defender as well as in private practice.