Bond returned to alleged 'John' after DA Prater twice 'no filed' after prostitution arrest

12/15/2016 - OKC, OK -- A man from Burma, that is currently residing in Oklahoma City, has had his bond returned after Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater's office twice 'no files' in regard to his prostitution arrest.

Recently JohnTV wrote about the Aug. arrest of 32-year-old Zan O. Suan.

Zam Suan as he appears on Facebook.

According to court records, on Aug. 4 Suan responded to a fake online prostitution ad posted by an undercover officer with the Oklahoma City police department's Vice Unit.

Suan was directed by a female undercover officer to go to her motel room at Motel 6, in the 800 block of S. Meridian in south Oklahoma City.

After Suan arrived, he reportedly paid the female undercover officer $80 for sex. Suan was then taken into custody and transported to the Oklahoma County Jail - where he posted a $500 bond and was released to await criminal charges.

However, criminal charges never materialized - just a Certificate of Probable Cause filing from the day after Suan's arrest.

According to the court records, on Oct. 3, Oklahoma County Judge Russell Hall noted that "defendant is a no file for the second time" and ordered Suan's cash bond to be returned.

According to public records, Suan was one of four alleged 'Johns' arrested on that date.

Those arrested on Aug. 4 include;

  1. Michael H. Depaz - Charged 10/13/2016 - Pleaded Guilty 12/1/2016.
  2. Seth Gabriel Shields - Charged 10/21/2016 - Case in ongoing.
  3. Ryan N. Chounard - Charged 10/7/2016 - Case in ongoing.
  4. Zan O. Suan - Bond returned with no charges filed 10/3/2016.

No reason has been given as to why Suan has so far avoided criminal prosecution.

Zam Suan as he appears on Facebook (4/24/2016).