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Greenville woman convicted on prostitution charge

GREENVILLE — A Greenville woman has been convicted after pleading guilty to a prostitution charge stemming from an incident that occurred in August.

Tiana Collins, 36, of Greenville was arrested in Keene in September, and charged with prostitution, which is a class A misdemeanor. According to the complaint filed against Collins at the 8th Circuit Court in Keene, the charges stemmed from an incident on Aug. 9, when Collins agreed to perform an act of sexual contact with an adult man in exchange for $500.

According to documents filed at the Keene court, Collins originally pleaded not guilty to the charges, but changed her plea to guilty on Jan. 15.

Collins was fined $500 and sentenced to one year in jail. Her sentence has been suspended for two years dependant on good behavior.

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