Naugatuck Man Accused of Prostitution and Burglary

Police say the man allegedly engaged in sex acts for money.

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Naugatuck police say Mathew Ham, 26, of 46 Cherry Street, is accused of breaking into a vacant house on June 5 and allegedly engaged in sex acts for money, according to a police press release. 
Ham turned himself into police on Sunday, police said. He was charged with prostitution and third-degree burglary. 
SILENT WOLF July 08, 2014 at 09:42 AM
Why would you have to break into a vacant house to have sex even if it's for money ?
chuck July 09, 2014 at 07:01 AM
This article offers NO info. Pitiful Patch. How about a few more sentences?
Naugatuck Resident July 09, 2014 at 07:04 AM
Because no one is covering Patch anymore. They fired almost their entire staff. There are a few people left who cobble together bits and pieces of information for all 169 cities and towns in CT and that's why we get this low quality "reporting".
lou banger July 10, 2014 at 02:58 AM
My guess is this guy broke into a vacant house and decided not to pay the classy gal, she then called the cops to get her money which got Mathew two charges because he decided to save himself $20. Jezebel got off because she ratted and Mr. Ham got off because of Jezebel :)


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