More charges filed in Krazy Fish prostitution investigation


The owner of the former Krazy Fish restaurant on Front Street was arrested again Tuesday, as the investigation  continues into prostitution that allegedly took place.

Georgetown Police Capt. Nelson Brown said Kenneth Carl Terry, 46, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, promoting the prostitution of a minor and three counts of prostitution.

On Monday, in connection with the case, police arrested Donovan Luther Miller, 20, of 17 Piney Forrest Road in Andrews. He is charged with two counts of prostitution.

Terry was originally arrested April 30 and charged with four counts of solicitation for prostitution.

At that time Brown said the allegations stemmed from the proposition of teenage boys at the restaurant.

On Tuesday, Brown would not give any other information about what led to the additional charges against Terry and the new charges against Miller.

In April, Brown said police had been investigating the Georgetown establishment for about a month.

He said Terry did pay at least one person to perform sex acts. Search warrants were executed at four different locations prior to the arrest.  

After the original arrest, Terry’s attorney — John Hilliard — said his client denies the allegations and says the city has little or no evidence to back up the claims.

By Scott Harper