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A tearful XC told the court about her time working for Rita Law and Crystal Wireman at spas in Hobart and Gary where she was unable to leave and performed sexual services for customers. Wireman, 33, of Lake Station, was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison for her role.
A prostitution in hobart found Law and and Wireman guilty after a three-week trial last year. Wireman was convicted of use of an interstate facility to promote, manage, establish, carry on and facilitate prostitution.
Law, who prosecutors said was the ringleader in the case, is scheduled to be sentenced Sept. A third defendant, Edward C. Olszewski is scheduled to be sentenced Sept.
Attorney Jill Koster said in opening arguments at trial. When she was moved to Duneland Spa, her luggage, which contained prostitution in hobart passport and a return ticket to Taiwan, remained in Hobart, prosecutors said.
Gary police conducted a sting operation at Duneland spa, and XC was arrested for prostitution in September I worry about my future now. I have nothing. Letters from friends and family members of Wireman commended her for always helping friends when they needed it and being there for her nieces. She is what holds our family together.
At trial, prosecutors showed jurors text messages between Law and Wireman discussing the frequency of customers and the amount of business done at the spa.
Hobart been really busy. I got there and look at time sheet and they do like six a day or more.
Today is the most I have had in a long time. Wireman tearfully told the judge that she respected the court and accepted her conviction. Wireman said she has plans to get a college degree and to start a meal plan startup with a friend.
Van Bokkelen ordered that Wireman report to serve her two-year sentence on Oct. Latest Post-Tribune. Post-Tribune Democrats, activists call on governor to veto wetlands bill. Opinion Quickly: Readers sound off on the issues of the day.