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UPDATE: Naperville police charge 20 as part of FBI operation

Naperville police charged 20 people in cooperation with an FBI operation targeting juveniles forced into prostitution, according to a police press release issued Friday. (Photos: Mugshots of suspects)

Naperville police said 19 have been apprehended and a warrant has been issued for the remaining suspect. While the purpose of the operation was to identify juveniles forced into prostitution, no juveniles were arrested in Naperville, police said.

The effort known as Operation Cross Country V included 40 cities across 34 FBI divisions around the country, Naperville police said in a press release. (More: Police arrest alleged prostitute in Gurnee)

The release said six FBI agents from the Lisle office worked with Naperville police to arrest the individuals on charges involving pimping, prostitution and drugs.

Naperville Police Cmdr. Gregg Waitkus said the arrests were at several north side hotels and investigators used “various media sources” to arrange meetings with those suspected of soliciting prostitution.

The operation occurred from about noon to 8 p.m. Nov. 4, he said.

Arrested were Delia F. Karpes, 18, of Zion, charged with prostitution; Mariesha L. Wright, 20, of University Park, charged with prostitution; Issac J. Turnbo, 23, of Chicago, charged with pimping; Hsiao-Ling Hsieh, 34, of Minneapolis, Minn., charged with prostitution; Roydell M. Greenhill, 42, of Muscle Shoals, Ala., charged with pimping and resisting a peace officer; Shiree L. Jarvis, 20, of Shorewood, charged with prostitution; Christopher M. Niziolek, 36, of Hoffman Estates, charged with attempted pandering; Donesha S. Baker, 19, of Chicago, charged with prostitution; Tiffany V. Pierson, 22, of Chicago, charged with prostitution and obstructing identification; Lillie Ames, 21, of Chicago, charged with attempted pandering and driving while license suspended; Anita J. Lee, 36, of Chicago, charged with attempted pandering, obstruction identification and warrant service; Jennifer N. Fox, 31, of Fort Worth, Texas, charged with prostitution; Joseph R. Goodrich, 31, of Carollton, Texas, charged with pimping; Nikki L. Igbokidi, 21, of Naperville charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia; Tad T. Johnson, 37, of Yorkville, charged with possession of a controlled substance; Jennifer E. Smith, 22, of Kalamazoo, Mich., charged with prostitution; Kristina R. Klavon, 25, of Aurora, charged with prostitution; Monserrat B. Arreola, 23, of Romeoville, charged with attempted pandering and resisting a peace officer and Jean-Marc F. Fasion, 24, of Aurora, charged with attempted pandering and resisting a peace officer.

A complaint and arrest warrant has been issued for Crawford J. Moore, 32, of Waukegan, on charges of with driving while license revoked and reckless driving, Waitkus said. Police said Moore allegedly dropped another one of the arrestees off and drove his vehicle over a median, resulting in the reckless driving charge. Waitkus said police did not pursue him because they knew who he was.

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