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Eight p. An icy fog cut through Dog Girl's thin, plaid coat as she scanned the passing cars , looking for a john to drift by. She clutched her pet Chihuahua tight and grimaced. But here, nobody cares what you do. I can make good money here. The skinny streetwalker in her late 30s had driven over from her home in Berkeley, and she'd been on the corner of Sonoma Boulevard and Ohio Street for only 10 minutes. But it's typical to be picked up that fast in Vallejo these days.
There's a job boom for hookers in this economically battered town of , - and it's drawing women from all over the West. Vallejo has been hit hard by red-ink budgets and police cutbacks. That doesn't make it unique in the Bay Area - other cities that historically have battled prostitution, such as Oakland and Hayward, are suffering from similar problems. Those cities, however, still have the resources to take on prostitution.
FBI agents joined Oakland, Hayward and other cities' police recently to break up child and Asian prostitution rings. Oakland's city attorney went to court in December to shut down three motels where hookers allegedly ply their trade. It is so broke that in it became the first California city to declare bankruptcy over entrenched budgetary problems. City officials have had to trim the police force from to 90, leaving the remaining officers with little time to haul in hookers and johns - and word of this traveled fast in the street trade.
As a result, streetwalkers and pimps have come from as far away as Oregon and Mexico to work Vallejo. The full range of streetwalkers is on display in tight dresses or pants and high heels 24 hours a day, seven days a week, in the northwestern part of town just a few blocks from City Hall.
Prostitutes have hawked their services in the area since Vallejo's founding years ago as a maritime town. Easily accessible by freeways - Highway 29 runs right through the middle - it's a region of wide streets with small businesses scattered among spacious old Victorians.