Report: Two former college hoops players arrested in prostitution sting
Police in Paterson, New Jersey conducted a street prostitution sting on Friday night and reportedly scooped up a couple of former college basketball players in the process.
Former Rutgers captain Myles Mack and Fuquan Edwin, who played at Seton Hall, were both in the same car when they were arrested the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office said, according to NJ.com.
The pair allegedly solicited a police officer posing as a prostitute on a street corner that had drawn many complaints from residents.
Mack, 23, who graduated from Rutgers with a criminal justice degree in May, has yet to latch on with an NBA team after not being selected in the draft.
Edwin, also 23, has played professionally overseas since being named the Big East defensive player of the year in 2014.
Eleven other men were also arrested Friday night in the sting.