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3 arrested for soliciting sex for drugs

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Leslie Rockymore Leslie Rockymore
Johhny Johnson Johhny Johnson
Darrell Williams Darrell Williams
(WJBK) - Three men have been arrested in Macomb County for offering illegal drugs in exchange for sex. One of the men works closely with minors.

Police arrested former University of Michigan basketball player Leslie Rockymore, 51, Johhny Johnson, 44, and Darrell Williams, 43.

Detectives chatted online with one of the suspects who offered and wanted to trade "snow", or drugs, for sex. They all arranged to meet at a pre-determined time and place.

Investigators were waiting and made the arrests. In the suspects' vehicle police found powedered cocaine, crack cocaine, and a handgun.

Leslie Rockymore is the Dean of Students at Highland Park Renaissance Academy. Police say he was the driver of the vehicle.

All men were arraigned on various charges April 8.

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