Deputies set up surveillance of the room on May 29 and talked to Haney when she walked out.
Haney said she had not seen the girl for nearly a week and did not know about the ad, the affidavit states.
This list includes the Terrace Hotel, New Florida Hotel (Regency Tower, currently Lake Mirror Tower), Polk Theatre, Frances Langford Promenade, Polk Museum of Art (not a product of the 1920s boom), Park Trammell Building (formerly the Lakeland Public Library and today the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce), and others.
The city also has several historic districts with many large buildings built during the 1920s and 1940s.
According to the report, Haney and Ojeda required her to go through a "training process" in which she listened in on several calls from potential customers."(The girl) also stated that Ojeda and Haney were specific in telling her to ask if the customer was a cop or affiliated with cops," the report said.
Parks were developed surrounding Lake Mirror including Barnett Children's Park, Hollis Gardens, and the newest, Allen Kryger Park.
The alleged incidents happened in May at hotels in Orlando and Daytona Beach, according to the arrest affidavit.
The girl was reported as a juvenile runaway on May 17, and on May 28 the girl's father called police, saying that he saw an online advertisement featuring his daughter and she was staying at the Anice Inn on South Kirkman Road near International Drive, according to the arrest report.
By the time the first Spanish conquistadors arrived, more than 250,000 Native Americans were living on the peninsula.
The arrival of the Spanish turned out to be disastrous to these Native American tribes.