MISSOULA, Mont. - A Spokane man pleaded not guilty to charges for allegedly promoting prostitution in Missoula.
Court documents say Clifton Oliver ran prostitutes out of the StayBridge Suites hotel in Missoula.
In February 2012 an officer posing as a client arrested one of the suspected prostitutes, then police arrested Oliver.
In Missoula County District Court Tuesday, Oliver pleaded not guilty to felony charges. A trial is scheduled for February.
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