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COLONIE — After running away from an Albany home for troubled girls, a year-old girl met a man outside an Albany liquor store who she told police agreed to help her prostitute herself. For 10 days, that man, Darren N. Bostick , 27, of Utica allegedly took five or six men a day to have sex with the girl. On Friday, Bostick was arrested and charged with promoting prostitution in the second degree, a felony, and endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
The girl told police she didn't get any of the money, but that Bostick bought her clothes and took care of her. In a statement to police filed in Colonie Town Court, the girl — whose name was withheld due to her age — told police she met Bostick outside the store on June 11, a day after she ran away from St.
Anne's Institute. He asked her if she had a place to stay and when she said no, he told her he had a place where she could stay with other girls. By that I mean to prostitute," the girl said in her deposition. I said cool. I knew what I was doing because other times that I ran away I would have sex for places to stay and food and stuff.
They drove to the Days Inn at Central Ave. Four men came to the room to have sex with her that first night, she told police. I didn't ask," she said. But she later told police Bostick got the names from a website called Backpage. Friday in the lot of the Days Inn.
According to police, the officers thought the occupants were acting suspiciously in the parking lot of the Super 8 Motel at Central Ave. They then followed the car to the Days Inn. Police said the teen tried to conceal her identity by giving a false name to the investigating officers. Anne's," said Colonie Police Lt. Robert Winn. The year-old has been turned over to the Capital District Secure Juvenile Detention Facility on a juvenile delinquency charge.