A human trafficking investigation led to the arrest of Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette revealed today.
The 63-year-old prosecutor was arrested on charges of prostitution and pandering.
Dunnings is charged with "ten counts of engaging in prostitution, four counts of neglect of duty and one count of inducing a woman to give sex for cash."
A release from the AG's office regarding the investigation states Dunnings allegedly visited hookers "hundreds" of times.
Stuart's brother Steven Dunnings, a high profile attorney, is also facing charges for engaging in the services of prostitution, according to the AG's office.