- Associated Press - Friday, February 13, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - A West Virginia school superintendent was among six men arrested in Charleston in a police prostitution sting.

Media outlets report that 57-year-old Dennis Albright was charged Thursday night with soliciting a prostitute. He is the schools superintendent in rural Wetzel County along the Ohio River.

Charleston Police Lt. Steve Cooper said Albright was arrested at a hotel after police promoted a bogus escort service at the location on an Internet website.

Detectives arrested the prospective customers after they settled on a price for sex with an undercover female law enforcement officer.

School board President Michael Blair said members were still looking into the arrest and would meet once that was done to consider possible actions.

Directory assistance said there was no telephone listing for Albright.

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