A man arrested during an undercover prostitution sting earlier this year pleaded guilty Monday to second-degree promoting prostitution.
Clifford Earl Godbey, 29, was sentenced in Pierce County Superior Court to four months in jail, the low end of his sentencing range, which went up to a year.
Prosecutors recommended the low end as part of plea negotiations.
Godbey was one of 19 arrested during the sting, which happened in May.
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Multiple law enforcement agencies had detectives pose as customers to set up meetings with alleged prostitutes, and Godbey was accused of driving one to a sting “date.”
Defense attorney Jane Spencer declined to comment on Godbey’s behalf, except to confirm the plea and sentence.