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Fettes, 33, is charged with two Class 4 felony counts of patronizing a prostitute and two Class A misdemeanor counts of soliciting a sexual act. As part of the indictment, Fettes was charged with an additional Class 4 felony — entering a place of prostitution with the intent to solicit a sex act. In Illinois, Class 4 felonies are punishable with up to one to three years in prison, and the maximum sentence for a Class A misdemeanor is up to one year in jail.
Online court records list the violation dates as Dec. Between March 9 and May 29, Rockford, Ill. The investigation resulted in the arrest of the owner of Chantilly Lace, year-old Peggy D. Smith, who was charged with 12 counts of promoting a place of prostitution. Smith will also appear in court on Oct. During the news conference, Hite Ross read the names and birth dates of 27 men, including Fettes, who were facing charges for soliciting and patronizing prostitutes stemming from two alleged separate encounters with different prostitutes between March 9 and May If convicted, Fettes would be ineligible to serve on the Burlington Town Board, or any other elected position, according to Wisconsin state law.
The Burlington Town Board said Monday that it planned to withhold action until the legal system runs its course. Here is a collection of the crime stories published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News between Aug. Here are the crime stories published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News between Aug.
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