Eau Claire (WQOW) - A homeless Eau Claire man accused of offering money for sex to customers at a convenience store will spend one year on probation.
Judge Shaughnessy Murphy also ordered Edward Decorah to maintain absolute sobriety during that time, and to not go into any Kwik Trip stores.
Decorah was arrested in February outside a downtown Kwik Trip after employees said he was asking female customers to go to a hotel room for sex, and offering to pay them.
Posted February 7, 2018
Eau Claire (WQOW) - A homeless Eau Claire man is accused of offering money for sex to customers at a convenience store.
Edward Decorah was arrested early Sunday morning outside a Kwik Trip near downtown Eau Claire.
Employees said he was bothering females in the store asking them to go to a hotel room for sex and offering to pay them. The customers refused and left.
Police said Decorah smelled of alcohol and had a hard time balancing. They found some marijuana in his pocket.
He is charged with soliciting prostitution and three other charges.