An official from a private central Iowa college has reportedly been arrested in a prostitution sting in northwest Missouri. Kansas City police have released a list of more than one-hundred names — all people taken into custody last weekend in the region’s largest-ever prostitution sting. The Kansas City Star published the list, which includes James Collogan, executive vice president of Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary, located in the Des Moines suburb of Ankeny. The paper says Collogan had worked in K-C in the mid-90s as head administrator of a now-closed Christian elementary school. The sting focused on escort services and involved 20 law enforcement agencies in Kansas and Missouri. Police placed ads in a weekly newspaper and on the Internet. Police said men who answered the ads and agreed to exchange something of value for sex acts were arrested, as were women who agreed to provide sex acts.
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