Ex-Kan. AG Employee Busted In Prostitution Sting
Associated Press - Thu 06:41 AM 08/16/2012
A former employee of the Kansas attorney general's office is charged with a misdemeanor following a prostitution sting in Topeka.
Online court records show Steve Rarrick charged in Shawnee County District Court with one count of patronizing a prostitute. The Topeka Capital-Journal reported Wednesday that Rarrick was one of 12 people arrested in the sting, which focused on Internet solicitations of prostitutes.
Rarrick is currently an attorney for the Citizens' Utility Ratepayers Board, which represents residential customers and small businesses in utility regulation hearings.
From 1995 to 2003 he was a deputy state attorney general overseeing consumer protection and antitrust work.