Michael Boswell, two women charged in Maryland prostitution ring

      Michael Boswell and two women were charged in connection with the prostitution ring. Photo: Anne Arundel County Police

      A 30-year-old man and two young women were arrested last week after being involved in a party promotion business that was a front for prostitution, officials say.

      Anne Arundel County Police say that the three people were arrested June 20 at a Baltimore-area hotel after coming across an ad on, a site notorious for posting ads for sexually-based service, with a young-looking woman.

      Through an undercover operation, authorities determined that Michael D. Boswell, a Raleigh, N.C. man, was running a prostitution business out of a hotel in Linthicum. He was also setting up transportation for clients to get to and from women.

      Boswell and the two women, 22-year-old Ashley Gassaway of Greensboro, N.C. and 19-year-old Regina Tyson, were arrested and charged. Boswell was charged with human trafficking, prostitution and drug posession, while Gassaway and Tyson were both charged with prostitution and various drug charges.

      Authorities say that at the time of his arrest, Boswell was out of jail on bond for felony pandering and prostitution charges in Henrico County. The terms of his probation in Raleigh were supposed to prevent him from leaving that area.