A former College Station resident and graduate of A&M Consolidated High School has been arrested along with his wife in connection with what Houston authorities say may be the biggest prostitution ring in the city's history.
CBS affiliate KHOU reports Charles Turbiville and his wife, Deborah, were arrested one week ago (March 10) and each charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution. Both are out of the Harris County jail on bond.
Deborah Turbiville, 33, appeared before a judge Monday, according to KHOU, which reports she referred to herself as the "Heidi Fleiss of Houston."
Charles Turbiville, 31, is a Consol grad, and the son of local media personality Tom Turbiville.
Authorities in Houston believe the ring had a client list of more than 1,500, which included doctors, lawyers and pro athletes.
The investigation into the ring continues. That includes tracking down the women who allegedly worked for the Turbivilles, as well as clients.
Information from the Associated Press was also used in this article.
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