Oklahoma attorney charged with soliciting prostitution

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OKLAHOMA - A Yukon attorney is charged with offering more than just legal help to a client.

Police said he offered her money for sexual favors.

El Reno police said the evidence is in phone records.

Detectives said, while investigating an unrelated case, they searched a woman’s phone and that is when a text message from a well-known lawyer popped up.

The alleged conversations between attorney Wendell Mark Hixson and his former client are documented in a court record.

After receiving a provocative photo, police said Hixson responded “I like what I am seeing, but I would like to get the real thing!”

Police said he went on to say “What will it take?”

After the woman asked “What you be willing to do?” Hixson allegedly said “$100?”

During another text chat, officers claim Hixson asked the woman “What would you charge for just straight sex? What else are you willing to do and the cost? A picture might wet my appetite.”

Days later, police said the woman sent a text message to Hixson telling him she had gotten in more trouble and she did not have the money to pay for an attorney.

At some point during the conversation, detectives said Hixson wrote “Would you want to do favors for a fee.”

Hixson was booked and released from jail.

Thursday, NewsChannel 4 stopped by his office to get his side of the story.

The woman at the front desk said he was not there and they had no comment.

Hixson is charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution.

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