A Myrtle Beach man was charged with prostitution after police say he paid a man with pills in exchange for sex with the man’s wife, according to a police report.
James Delano Keeling II, 42, was charged with first-offense prostitution Monday night after police investigated a report of telephone harassment, police said. Keeling also was charged on Jan. 19 with providing false information to police and possession of a controlled substance.
Rachel Marie Walker, 23, was charged on Monday with possession of a controlled substance, according to police records.
On four different days from Jan. 10 to Jan. 15, the officer wrote in the report that Keeling told police that he declined an offer from a 30-year-old man to have sex with the man’s wife, Walker, in exchange for hydrocodone pills, the report shows.
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On Jan. 17, while investigating the report for harassing telephone calls, the officer wrote in the report that Keeling admitted lying to police about having sex with Walker in exchange for 23 hydrocodone pills. The report shows that Keeling said on Dec. 15, the man offered sex with his wife in exchange for the pills.
Keeling told police he had sex with Walker on Jan. 7, but no pills were exchanged at that time, according to the report. Walker told police that she had sex with Keeling twice and her husband said Keeling offered the pills as payment.