- Associated Press - Sunday, April 7, 2019

FORT VALLEY, Ga. (AP) - Seven people have been indicted in a prostitution case linked to Fort Valley State University.

Local news outlets report a Peach County Grand jury issued indictments last month against a former executive assistant to the university’s president and six men.

Alecia Johnson, who was also graduate adviser to a sorority on campus, faces six counts of prostitution, four counts of pimping and two counts of solicitation.

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Six men each face one count of solicitation of sodomy and two counts of pandering. They include 57-year-old Hinesville City manager Kenneth Howard and 46-year-old Arthur James Nance Jr. of Cordele, the vice chairman of the Crisp County Commission. Others indicted include a former assistant school principal in Houston County and Fort Valley’s former chief lawyer.

The seven were arrested earlier on similar charges.

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