Police arrested four women in Naperville on prostitution-related charges that did not involve children. Police found no children locally who had been forced into prostitution, nor did they arrest any suspected pimps. The Sun on Sunday reported Naperville police had participated in a ificant, prostitution-related criminal investigation.
Naperville Police Sgt. The women who were taken into custody Thursday at the Naperville police station were Francheska P. Lozier, 25, of Houston; Chelsey D. Newlon, 21, of Springfield, Mo. Wells, 21, of north suburban Niles; and Jessica R. White, 21, of Sandwich. All four face trial on misdemeanor charges of attempted prostitution, according to records on file in Du County Circuit Court in Wheaton. All are free on bond.
Federal officials during a Monday news conference said Operation Cross Country suspects were arrested in 76 cities. All are expected to face state and federal charges related to sex crimes and human trafficking. One was arrested in the metropolitan Chicago area. FBI agents and local police officers rescued children, including two in Chicago, during the operation.
The youths were found at motels, truck stops, casinos and other places where they were being held against their wills, federal officials said. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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