Wheaton Woman Charged in Prostitution Sting to Set Trial Date
Christine S. Obarr of Wheaton will appear in court to set a trial date August 20.
A 46-year-old Wheaton woman appeared in DuPage County court Tuesday morning to schedule the setting of her trial for prostitution charges.
Christine S. Obarr, of the 400 block of Sunnybrook Lane in Wheaton was arrested in Naperville last month in a sting that resulted in charges for six people of prostitution and pandering, Naperville police said.
The Naperville Police Department’s special undercover unit regularly checks social media websites for suspected prostitution activity in the Western suburbs, said Naperville Police Department Sgt. Gregg Bell. Thursday’s arrests resulted from online communications and police setting up meetings at a location on Iroquois Avenue, he said.
Police made six arrests, with four women charged with prostitution and two men charged with pandering, among other charges, according to police reports.
Obarr is free on $1,500 bond. She will return to DuPage County court Monday, Aug. 20 to set a date for trial.
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