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Sting Leads to 3 Prostitution Arrests

Deerfield Police trap three more women at Red Roof Inn.

A Deerfield Police Department sting operation resulted in the arrest of three women for prostitution Dec. 27 at the Red Roof Inn, according to Deerfield Police reports.

Nianying Xie, 42, of Queens, NY, Angel Chada, 32 of Bolingrook and Jennifer Britton, 41, of Hammond, IN, were arrested after police learned of possible prostitution occurring two separate rooms at the motel, an officer made an appointment and then an arrest when the women offered to perform sexual acts in exchange for money.

This brings to five the number of prostitution arrests at the Red Room Inn since November. One arrest was made Nov. 1 and another Dec. 18.

Police observed suspicious activity “consistent with prostitution” Dec. 26 as a man entered Room 205 and left 35 minutes later. The next day, the police watched as a man entered the same room and left a short time later. He said he paid $160 for intimacy.

Police learned Xie was the occupant of Room 205, an officer made an appointment, she made her offer and he placed her under arrest. She was released on bond and will appear in Cook County Court at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 19 in Skokie.

Later on Dec. 27, police observed a man enter room 315 and leave 45 minutes later. Upon questioning, he told police he responded to an ad where two women said they would service him simultaneously.

After police learned Chada and Britton were the occupants of Room 315, an officer made an appointment to meet them in Room 315, entered the room, was told to place his money on the dresser and “relax, they will take care” of him together. At that point two other officers entered the room and both Chada and Britton were placed under arrest. They were released on bond and will appear in Cook County Court at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 19 in Skokie.

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Deerfield Mom January 09, 2014 at 07:38 AM
where is the list of their clients? why isn't that in the paper? how sad that these women feel this is their only job choice
Mark Myers January 09, 2014 at 08:17 AM
I'm so glad Deerfield welcomes businesses like Red Roof Inn to our community and worries about the sign in front of Carsons Ribs..... always the best and brightest in government leadership!
RB January 09, 2014 at 03:16 PM
No kidding. Right under their nose for months. I'm glad to see the sting operation, but where's the pressure on management? They should yank the special use permit and shut it down until new management.
richard fitswell January 09, 2014 at 05:18 PM
the same hotel where wayne t. chaney was hold up after he killed his wife connie some 20 years ago. what a bizarre hotel. http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1992-06-26/news/9202260424_1_diary-killed-man
Stu Pidasso January 10, 2014 at 06:25 PM
this has been going on for years!! Nothing new here is deerfield really that slow to figure it out!!
Meshephelous January 16, 2014 at 04:19 PM
Deerfield Mom, be careful what you wish for. It could be your husband on there... Glass houses and stones and all that.
Stu Pidasso January 17, 2014 at 04:59 PM
It's a CHOICE that some make!!! THe girls saw a business opportunity and a demand for it, they made a decision to go for it!! If more women would take care of their men at home, the prostitution sector would decrease. It's as simple as that...
Deerfield neighbor January 31, 2014 at 09:49 AM
Thank goodness our village and government in general pushes its way into the private affairs of people when money is exchanged! I don't suppose they'd be concerned about REAL crime would they? If the women are being trafficked against their will, pursue the traffickers. This action however continues to be nothing more than overreaching government trampling on our civil liberties. We're just a little more lenient than Iran in Deerfieldistan.
Stu Pidasso January 31, 2014 at 01:22 PM
If the village were getting a part of the girls revenue, it would be a NON -ISSUE! it's all about the MONEY!!

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