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Please purchase a subscription to read our premium content. If you have a subscription, please log in or sign up for an account on our website to continue. Please log in, or sign up for a new account to continue reading. Cloudy skies with a few showers later in the day. High 38F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Updated: November 28, am. The most successful Columbia police prostitution stings and investigations, like those conducted at Vandiver Drive, were made through partnership with the FBI.
Between and , there were only 20 arrests for prostitution in Columbia. The crooked mailbox at Vandiver Drive stands on the property Tuesday. At first glance, the building looks like an ordinary house, but it has a history of disturbance. Seven warrants were served there between and , most originating from anonymous tips called to the police through Crimestoppers.
A lamppost, power line and tree stand in front of Vandiver Drive. Just off Interstate 70, the house itself is unassuming. It sits across the street from a number of car dealerships and is a walkable distance from a small shopping center. Facing east, cars traverse the curves of Vandiver Drive on Tuesday. Barry Manthe, a tenant of the home on Vandiver Drive, that had been operating as a brothel, has been conducting similar business in Boone County for nearly 30 years.
The landlord of the house, who owns the properties for two other massage parlors that engage in sexual commerce, says he had no knowledge of his tenants' activities. His used car business is a few doors down from the house. A house at Vandiver Drive, well-known to some residents and local authorities as a brothel, sits in north Columbia. For years, two tenants living in the house, Barry Manthe and Ronald Clark, had a piece of paper taped to their front door that read, "Come in.
The girl had been taken by Kenneth Ronald Jones from her hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and coerced to engage in sex acts for money. That led authorities to the house at Vandiver Drive, well known as the location of a brothel operated by Barry Manthe and Ron Clark. While the news shocked the community, neither the house nor its operators, who were arrested and charged two months later, had been a secret to neighbors or local law enforcement before the FBI got involved.