SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio police arrested ten men on Wednesday, and all are charged with solicitation of prostitution.
The arrests occurred in on the city's West Side, near North Zarzamora.
Police tell News 4 they are getting complaints for people living in the area about prostitution, so that's the reason for the latest crackdown.
"Things have really changed around here you know, you see a lot of prostitutes out here, " said a concerned neighbor.
Even though police just arrested ten men for trying to pick up a prostitute, the area is no stranger to prostitution stings.
Back in November, several law enforcements agencies joined together for "Operation Polar Bear", targeting North Zarzamora between West Commerce and Martin streets. 64 people were arrested during that operation.
Two months later, investigators conducted another prostitution sting on the city's South Side, "Operation Blue Ice". Police arrested 40 people for solicitation, and five prostitutes.
In the past several months police have been aggressively cracking down on prostitution, and neighbors we spoke with hope it continues.
SAPD tells News 4 they will continue to follow up on neighbor complaints, and are planning more operations.